Our government's failure to take care of its War Casualties
and the lives left hanging in the balance
Post Traumatic Stress Disorder Traumatic Brain Injury
Undiagnosed and untreated PTSD and TBI
Often undiagnosed this dangerous blood borne parasite can live in stored blood for up to 30 days
and is transmitted sexually ,congentially, and by blood transfusion
Acinetobacter baumannii , MRSA , Psuedomonas aeruginosa, C difficile, Klebsiella pnuemonia
Hospital acquired infections were proliferated in the overburdened military evacuation system
and some strains have grown to be completely resistant to every antimicrobial available
These Superbug strains were spread from the military facilities, to the VA facilities,
to community hospitals and long term care facilities all across the US and any country
where a contractor or soldier was repatriated via the US military.
Landstuhl treated casualties from over 40 countries
The winners in the battle for medical care, disability, and death benefits are the insurance companies
like AIG and CNA who are paid by the taxpayer to insure the Contractors under the Defense Base Act.
American Contractors in Iraq
The Iraq Infections
DBA Workmans Compensation A Guide for the Employee
Acinetobacter baumannii in Iraq
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Your lives are in the balance too.
|The Defense Base Act
The DBA relieves the contract company of
all liability for any reason. There is no
incentive to provide as safe a workplace
as possible or to take care of their
employees once they've been injured.
The taxpayer, not the KBR's, pay the HUGE
insurance premiums which run as much as
50% and more of a contractors yearly
The Insurance company is then
reimbursed for the claims, their lawyers
fees, and an administrative fee by the
taxpayer under the War Hazards Act
Contractors are killed leaving children
fatherless and having to fight insurance
companies like AIG and CNA and the
Department of Labor for years in attempts
to receive the inadequate compensation
due them under the Defense Base Act
Not all contractors were paid lavishly.
Many were sent by the companies they
work for to do the same job they always
did and for the same money.
They were put in harms way with no
disclosure that the DBA was their only
recourse in the event they were disabled
for the rest of their lives. No disclosure
that their families might never see a dime
if they die.
Now they must fight the huge insurance
companies and their high dollar lawyers
that you are paying for while the
Department of Labor who is tasked with
overseeing this program sides with the
There are lives in the balance
|The Wars Come Home
is a non profit organization
All inquiries to
Marcie Hascall Clark
321 779 6799
|“Mankind must put an end to war or war will put an end to mankind.”
-John F. Kennedy