Tim Nies, our lead DBA attorney, and veteran of the U.S. Army’s elite 3rd Ranger Battalion based in Georgia, acts swiftly and knows how to successfully battle the DBA insurance carriers for contractors who have returned home to Georgia following overseas injuries. He is known for outworking DBA insurance company lawyers, his accessibility, and for obtaining outstanding results for his clients. Contact DBA lawyer Tim Nies about your Georgia Defense Base Act claim 24/7 for free.
Tim goes to work every day fighting for the rights of his clients under the Defense Base Act and does not allow DBA insurance companies to mistreat his clients. The best time to retain a Defense Base Act lawyer is right after you are injured. This way, when the DBA insurance companies wrongfully reduce or terminate compensation, refuse to authorize a choice of physician, or offer low-ball DBA settlements, Tim is ready to swiftly react to bring the matter before an Administrative Law Judge.
Tim goes to battle against DBA insurance carriers and is experienced in litigating DBA claims for Georgians for all injuries sustained overseas, including Iraq, Afghanistan, Syria, Kuwait, Qatar, Somalia, Niger, and around the world. Tim has successfully handled the following types of injuries:
- Lumbar (lower back) spine injuries
- Cervical (Neck) spine injuries
- Head injuries
- Traumatic brain injuries
- Shoulder injuries
- Thoracic Outlet Syndrome
- Hip injuries
- Knee injuries
- Foot and ankle injuries
- Burn injuries, including electrical burns
- Nerve injuries
- Post-traumatic Stress Disorder PTSD
- Major Depressive Disorder
It is important to note that for injuries in many countries, such as Iraq, Syria, Somalis, Niger, and others, contractors have 24-hour coverage. Therefore, injuries sustained while exercising, walking to the Defac, falling in quarters, etc. are covered by the DBA. Tim Nies represents injured private military contractors throughout Georgia, including Atlanta, Columbus, Brunswick, Augusta, Savannah, Athens, Macon, and throughout Georgia.