Defense Base Act Attorneys
Serving Lansing, MI

The Defense Base Act (DBA) covers persons employed at United States defense bases overseas. The DBA is designed to provide medical treatment and compensation to employees of defense contractors injured in the scope and course of employment. The attorneys at the Hone Law Firm are experienced and well-versed in all aspects of this Act and can assist you in determining:

  • What is the LS-203 form, and what are the time limits?
  • What are the benefits I may get from the Defense Base Act?
  • How long am I going to have to wait to get a hearing?

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DOWNLOAD THE LS-203 FORM FROM THE U.S. DEPARTMENT OF LABOR. Contact Hone Law Firm for assistance.

Skilled Civilian Military Contractor Attorneys – Lansing, MI

Throughout the world, the United States has military bases in Iraq, Iran, Afghanistan, South Korea and many other countries. The U.S. government depends on the support of civilian contractors to help fulfill the government’s missions abroad. Without the work of military civilian contractors, the federal government would fall short of completing its goals abroad.

At Hone Law, we recognize the service civilian contractors provide the United States across the globe. My name is John S. Hone, and I am the attorney that started this law firm to help accident victims and injured workers assert their right to obtain the benefits they are entitled to receive.

I advocate to help injured convoy drivers, translators, construction workers and other civilian contractors obtain compensation and medical benefits through Defense Base Act claims. My legal team and I also seek death benefits to survivors of civilian employees who died overseas. Contact my law firm online or call 248-948-9800 to schedule a free initial consultation with an experienced Lansing, MI Defense Base Act claim attorney.

Pursuing Defense Base Act Claims in Lansing, MI

I offer more than 25 years of experience helping injured shipbuilders, harbor workers, longshoremen, and other maritime workers obtain compensation and medical benefits through the Longshore and Harbor Workers’ Compensation Act (LHWCA). As an extension of the LHWCA, the Defense Base Act makes it possible for injured civilian contractors or families who lost their loved ones overseas to obtain much-needed benefits.

No matter what type of job you performed, you are entitled to benefits as a civilian contractor injured or with serious medical complications, such as:

  • Hearing loss
  • Gunshot and explosion wounds
  • Combat stress causing depression, anxiety, or post-traumatic stress disorders
  • Traumatic brain injuries and spinal cord injuries

If you or your loved one was injured or died tragically as a civilian worker, we will advocate your right to obtain workers’ compensation benefits through the Defense Base Act. In most cases, this is your best opportunity to recover the compensation you need, since you will be unable to sue your employer or the insurer directly. My legal team and I will be persistent in helping you secure the benefits you are entitled to receive through the Defense Base Act.

Contact Us for a Free Initial Consultation

Contact our office online or call us at 248-948-9800 meet with an experienced Defense Base Act claims attorney serving Lansing, MI. We are available during regular business hours or by appointment on evenings and weekends.

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Testimonials

“We went to John because of his friendly open demeanor. And he got us the results, millions, we needed to take care of our child as well. We were able to move up north, and our child is taken care of for his lifetime. He had cerebral palsy from birth”
— Jessica and Brian W.
“I called John for help. He got my husband almost $3 million for his injuries.”
— Melissa P.
“We used to kid John about going to those radio and TV guys. He was like family. He came over and watched football with us. He got my husband $4 million for the failure to diagnose his aneurysm. Over a million cash and a great structured settlement paying monthly and in lump sums periodically.”
— Gayle and Steve M.