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War Hazards Compensation Act
Workers’ compensation coverage under the War Hazards Compensation Act is for injuries to qualified overseas employees which resulted from a war risk hazard. The employees are typically those covered by the Defense Base Act and the Non-Appropriated Fund Instrumentalities Act.
Does My Case Fall Under the WHCA?
In order to fall under the WHCA, the injury must occur outside of the United States. And the employee must not be an active-duty member of the Armed Forces.
Most War Hazards Compensation Act (“WHCA”) cases are situations where a Defense Base Act worker is injured by a war-risk hazard. War-risk hazards usually...
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My Best Advice
Nothing is more important when handling your case, then speaking the truth. People who believe if they sugarcoat their case, it will help them win their case. Wrong.
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