The Defense Base Act provides "workers' compensation protection to civilian employees working outside the United States on U.S. military bases or under a contract with the U.S. government for public works or for national defense." (Source: U.S. Department of Labor website). Workers injured while working in Iraq, Afghanistan, other overseas military bases and domestic military bases as contractors for Titan, Man Tech and other companies may be eligible for benefits under provisions of the defense base act. Gammon & Grange, P.C., with more than 30 years' experience in personal injury claims, including workplace injuries by contractors on military bases in Virginia, in other states and overseas, welcomes your inquiry.
Our law offices have a uniquely strategic location that facilitates civilian employers' claims for compensation related to injuries on military bases or elsewhere under contract with the U.S. government. Namely, we inhabit the same floor of the same building as several major military contractor companies. We represent injured contractors such as interpreters, including non-U.S. citizens who were working as linguists for U.S. military operations in war zones or elsewhere when they were hurt.
If your loved one was killed or if you were injured while working abroad as a government contractor, Gammon & Grange, P.C., can be your trustworthy ally. Our attorneys are prepared to represent you zealously and intelligently in your pursuit of the compensation you are eligible for under the Defense Base Act.
Contact A Northern Virginia Government Contractor Work Injury Attorney
For a consultation with an attorney at Gammon & Grange, P.C., regarding your Defense Base Act claim, call us at 703-873-7349 or send an email through this website's Contact page. Learn how our Virginia lawyers' experience can work to your advantage. We understand how to get your worthy claim expedited and get your rightful benefits to work for you after an injury at a military base or while on contract for the U.S. government at home or abroad.