If you or a loved one has been injured while working overseas as a government contractor, you have probably become very familiar with the Defense Base Act. As you should

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Coming home from a tour working overseas for the government can be a difficult process, even if things went well. Many people deal with emotional burdens, regardless of whether or

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Last week, we started to talk about how under-appreciated military contractors are. Although they often do the same types of jobs that soldiers do, they receive very little gratitude. Speeches

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When people talk about honoring the soldiers who sacrificed for our country overseas, they are generally referring to just the soldiers themselves. Many of these brave men and women have

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A serious disagreement between the national government in Afghanistan and at least 3 of the largest defense contractors operating in that country threatens to lead to major upheaval in the

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Government contractors are always necessary during times of United States deployment. Where U.S. troops go, civilian contractors have to follow, but that isn’t always such an easy concept. As an article

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Currently, you may not know much about the Defense Base Act. However, if you or a loved one is injured while working for the government overseas, you will become familiar

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Working for your country overseas can be a very stressful and difficult experience. Even if you end up having a successful tour, chances are you will have still gone through

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Not everybody is extremely familiar with the Defense Base Act or Longshore laws. However, if the time comes where you or a loved one is injured working overseas for the government,

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The Defense Base Act and Longshore laws are extremely important for workers’ protection. Those injured while working for the government overseas are entitled to their rightful compensation. Unfortunately, the insurance

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