In the United States, more than 6 million car accidents happen each year, according to the U.S. Department of Transportation. The day may come when you are involved in one. The experience, however minor, is jarring and traumatic. Sometimes the shock of an accident can disorient you. And yet, it’s essential that you do your best to take some important steps in the aftermath of an accident, especially one that affects more than one person.
Reporting absolutely every minor ache and pain would drown the office in paperwork and grind the shop to a halt. And–let’s face it–most minor injuries are simply that: minor. But not always.
Millions of people are injured in workplace accidents each year, sometimes leaving injured workers with high medical expenses, an inability to earn a living, and with a significantly diminished quality of life.
The military has established a long-term presence in countries across Europe, the Middle East, Asia, and other areas, often putting government contractors in harm’s way.
The Defense Base Act: Allowing Civilian Government Contractors to Recover Compensation for Their Injuries
The United States government has long engaged in the practice of hiring private companies and contractors to perform certain functions overseas on military bases.