Defense Base Act Attorneys

DBA Forms


Click on the links below for forms commonly used in Defense Base Act claims. For questions on how to complete these forms, contact us for free tips from one of our lawyers.

Form Number OWCP’s Form Title/Description
LS-1 Request for Examination and/or Treatment
LS-18* Pre-Hearing Statement
*Online submission now available.
LS-33 Approval of Compromise of Third Person Cause of Action
LS-200 Report of Earnings
LS-201 Notice of Employee’s Injury or Death
LS-202* Employer’s First Report of Injury or Occupational Illness
*Online submission now available.
LS-203 Employee’s Claim for Compensation
LS-204 Attending Physician’s Supplementary Report
LS-205 Physician’s Report on Impairment of Vision
LS-206* Payment of Compensation Without Award
*Online submission now available.
LS-207* Notice of Controversion of Right to Compensation
*Online submission now available.
LS-208* Notice of Final Payment or Suspension of Compensation Payments
LS-210 Employer’s Supplementary Report of Accident or Occupational Illness

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Our attorneys are experienced in Defense Base Act litigation. Our law firm assists those injured overseas, including civilians working under a contract for an employer contracted with the US government, or any agency or department thereof in Iraq, Afghanistan, Kuwait and on all military bases. We routinely handle Defense Base Act claims for injured workers residing in Florida, Georgia, Mississippi, South Carolina, Camp LeJeune, Fort Bragg, NC, Raleigh, NC, Virginia, New York, New Jersey, Texas, Kansas, Oklahoma, Michigan, Illinois, California, Colorado, Alaska, and cities and states throughout the United States. We also represent injured contractor employees from Iraq, Afghanistan, Kuwait, Dubai, Turkey, Uganda, Thailand, Sweden, England, Australia, Bosnia, Italy, and countries throughout Europe.