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Getting the Defense Base Act (DBA) Benefits You Deserve from Raytheon

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“Truth is what works.” -  William James

Raytheon and The Defense Base Act

The Turley and Mara Law Firm are considered experts in the field of Defense Base Act Law. In fact, we are considered one of the top two DBA law firms in the world.

What is the Defense Base Act?

The Defense Base Act (DBA) was created in 1941, The DBA expanded the federal workers' compensation program for longshore and harbor workers, to cover persons working on American military bases abroad as well as to most federal contractors working outside of the United States.

The DBA requires that many federal government contractors and subcontractors provide workers' compensation insurance for their employees who work outside of the United States.

We represent Raytheon employees covered under the DBA that are injured overseas. If this is you, you might want to keep reading.

Want to learn more about the DBA? Order my book, Win Your Defense Base Act Casefor FREE. It is the "go-to" guide that walks you step by step into understanding and preparing for your DBA case. Don't take my word for it, check out its many 5-Star Amazon reviews.

Time For The Real Talk

According to their website, Raytheon “is deeply committed to global partnerships, providing solutions and services to valued customers in 80 countries, and building upon international relationships to best meet the national security and technology needs of nations around the world.”

And I don't doubt it. 

What I also don't doubt that is without its employees, Raytheon wouldn't be the company that it is. That is, the men and women that do the day-to-day work at Raytheon are integral to it's growth and prosperity. These men and women are my clients. 

 

How My Clients Win

My clients win with the truth. Nothing matters more to the judge than your credibility. This is what the DBA insurance companies will try to dismantle detail by detail. To keep it short, you'll have to "sweat the small stuff", meaning you are going to need to be prepared and have every detail of your case be exact and true.

This necessary attention to detail is why I "give it to you straight", so to speak. I want you to be as honest as possible, which means I have to be as honest as possible. This also might mean I might have to tell you what you don't want to hear, ask you to do to things that will keep you honest but be inconvenient. But at the end of the day, it's how I win. It's how you win. By telling the truth about everything all the time to everyone.

It's how we get the medical and financial benefits to ensure a secure future for you and your family. Isn't that the goal?

 

 

Click here for more information on how to win your DBA case with the truth. 

 

Are you an injured overseas Raytheon employee? 

We've got you covered. Give us a call today at 619-234-2833

 

Disclaimer:
Please understand these discussions and/or examples are not legal advice.  All legal situations are different.  This testimonial, endorsement and/or discussion does not constitute a guarantee, warranty, or prediction regarding the outcome of your legal matter, your particular case/situation and/or this particular case/situation. 

 

William Turley
“When I seek out professional advice, I don’t want B.S., I want it straight up. I figure you do also.”
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