Helping Contractors Injured in Cuba File for DBA Coverage
Cuba tends to be perceived as a mysterious place, but it isn’t at all for the United States military. Armed forces have occupied Guantanamo Bay Naval Base since 2002, and many civilian contract personnel have been injured in Cuba since then. If you are one of these contractors, you might be wondering whether your affliction qualifies as a DBA injury. Overseas longshore harbor workers may be best served by contacting an attorney with experience handling international contractor injury cases. That’s exactly what Friedman, Rodman & Frank, P.A. offers clients. Hiring an attorney can offer the following benefits:
- Simplify the process of filing claim
- Ensure all support documents are submitted
- Eliminate likelihood of simple errors
- Make communications easier
We understand that getting injured is a personal matter and one that is often difficult to deal with. We also, however, fight vigorously to ensure that our clients’ rights are maintained, and their injuries receive the medical attention that is necessary.
Fighting for Civilian Employees Working in Guantanamo Bay
Guantanamo Bay and Cuba are two of the most notoriously brutal areas one might encounter. This is certainly true for contractors who are injured in Cuba and subjected to the stress of filing and verifying a DBA claim. Friedman, Rodman & Frank, P.A. may provide assistance if you are in this situation. We can advocate for your right to access medical treatment and, in some cases, receive compensation. We also handle cases involving a DBA injury in Guam, so if you have been injured elsewhere internationally, do not hesitate to reach out to us. Please call 877-448-8585 for more information on the services we provide.