When you signed up to be a civilian contractor overseas, you certainly didn't sign up for a Defense Base Act claim. You definitely didn't anticipate having to fight for DBA benefits once you returned home. I know that you and your family were thrust into a legal case that you are unfamiliar with. That is why I wrote my book, Win Your Defense Base Act Case: The Ultimate Straight Talk. Roadmap to The Medical Treatment and Money You and Your Family Deserve.
Win Your Defense Base Act Case will help you win your battle against the Defense Base Act insurance company—I guarantee it. Don't just take my word for it, goto Amazon.com and check out all the 5 star reviews my book has received from folks like you. I have packed this book with easy to understand straight-forward, frank advice on every part of your DBA case. I am known for my blunt, call it the way I see it style—I don't sugar coat anything. I haven't sugar coated anything in this book and I deliver an eye-opening view of what it is going to take for you to win your DBA case. I encourage you to use this book as your guide to help win your DBA case.
You might wonder why I am giving this book away on my website. Folks are telling me that I can make a lot of money by selling it because of all the valuable insider information that I provide in the book.
Whether you are a DBA claimant or a lawyer that wants to handle DBA cases, this book is helpful on every level. But the reality is, even though my law firm is the biggest DBA law firm on the west coast and one of the biggest DBA law firms in the United States, my law firm can't possibly represent every DBA claimant.
My firm's clients get the practical advice that is contained in this book. By giving this DBA guide away, we are spreading the DBA gospel, so to speak. My intent on writing this book was never to make money. The first reason why I wrote this book was for my own clients—better informed clients get better results.
The second reason why I wrote Win Your Defense Base Act Case is to level the playing field between good folks and the DBA insurance companies. Every week my office seems to be contacted by someone that has been train wrecked by the DBA system. It sucks when good people don't get the DBA benefits that they deserve.
Finally, I wrote this book because I feel duty bound. Good folks have been seriously injured or killed defending my family’s freedom. In my head I heard Robert Hunter from So Many Roads, "If you don't—who else will?"