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Chaldean Linguists/ Translators/ Interpreters - Overseas Contractors & The Defense Base Act
The Chaldean population in the United States is steadly growing. Currently, there are an estimated 321,000 Chaldeans in the United States, residing mainly in Detroit, Arizona, California and Illinois. And as the need for private contractors to aid in the U.S. militairy effort in the Middle East rose the need for Chaldean linguists and translators rose too.
Some of these Iraqi immigrants and their families are bilingual Arabic/English speakers and are highly desired by private, civilian contracts over in the Middle East to serve as interpreters or linguists. This can be a dangerous job since it's in a war torn area wher injuries and deaths are both, unfortunately, common.
Returning home to the U.S after being injured while working overseas can be difficult and stressful. You have to think about your family's economic future and stability, your own medical expenses, and all the while you are dealing with the aftermath of trauma.
But luckily, as an overseas contractor, you are likely to be covered by the Defense Base Act. The DBA was created to aid privated contractors in receiving the highly necessary medical and financial benefits offered after an injury. Unfortunately, sometime receiving these DBA benefits is another battle, requiring you to fight the DBA insurance companies with the law for your rights. To win this battle you are going to need an extremely experienced DBA lawyer and the resources to guide you to success.
This is where the Turley and Mara Law Firm comes in.
We know that this is not a battle you want to fight. You already have enough on your plate. But winning your DBA case could offer you a secure financial future for you and your family. It can also get you the medical help you need for a faster recovery and get your life back.
So to win you are going to need to be prepared for your DBA case. This means you are going to need to know who to hire for your DBA representation, what evidence you are going to need to win, how to intereact with the DBA insurance adjuster and what to tell your doctor about your injury. You can find this kind of information on the Turley and Mara website, the most comprehesive DBA website out there and will answer any question you might have regarding your DBA case.
I give my book, "Win Your Defense Base Act Case", for FREE here because I hate seeing hard working Americans left high and dry by the DBA insurance companies after they've already sacrificed so much. I hate that this is just another battle that you have to be a part of. So I want to make it easier. I want you to be prepared. I want to help.
The Best Advice
With all that in mind I want to offer you one last piece of advice before you leave this page. Know this, the best advice any DBA lawyer can give you is simple: Never lie to the judge. Never exaggerate anything to your attorney. Always be up-front and honest with the DBA Doctor about your injuries. A doctor, a Judge and an attorney will more likely be able to help you if they believe you are being honest. It's as easy as that.
Have questions? We have answers.