Defense Base Act Lawyers Help Workers Who Suffer PTSD As A Result Of Working Overseas In Iraq And/Or Afghanistan

Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) is a very serious and disabling psychiatric condition.  If you have been diagnosed with PTSD as a result of working in Iraq or Afghanistan, you may be entitled to valuable compensation and medical care under the Defense Base Act (DBA).  We have helped many injured workers who are returning from Iraq or Afghanistan who have been diagnosed with PTSD.  We have over 36 years of combined experience in handling this type of case. If you have not yet been diagnosed with PTSD but you have symptoms of this disorder, you may need to seek a psychiatric consultation.  The symptoms of PTSD can include nightmares, flashbacks, difficulty sleeping, irritability, depression, mood swings, crying spells, feelings of helplessness or hopelessness and anxiety.  These symptoms can be very disabling.  A psychiatrist may be able to help you diagnose and treat your condition to improve your emotional well being.  If you have this condition or these symptoms as a result of working in Iraq or Afghanistan, contact us so that we can steer you in the right direction to get the medical help you need and the compensation you deserve.  No matter where you live, we can help you if you have been diagnosed with PTSD as a result of your work in Iraq or Afghanistan.  We help DBA clients who suffer with PTSD throughout the United States, including, Miami, Florida, New York, New York, Detroit Michigan, L.A., California, Fort Worth, Texas, Baton Rouge, Louisiana, Dallas Texas, Fayettville, North Carolina, Macomb, Michigan, Riverside, California, Nashville, Tennessee, Austin, Texas or any other city in the U.S .  Did you know that you can have your Defense Base Act case tried in the venue of your choice? We can help you get your case to trial if the insurance company is resisting your benefits, and we can make them come to a venue of your choice, as close to where you live as possible. Call us today for a free consultation. We will educate you on several things that you need to be doing right now to protect your rights. We have over 36 years of combined experience helping injured workers under the Defense Base Act. Call us at 305 595 3350 or email us at or

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