(Maitland, Florida) (Cocoa Beach, Florida) Garfinkel Schwartz is a Defense Base Act Law and Longshore Act Law firm that helps injured and sick civilian contractors and longshoremen to regain denied medical care and benefits.

Defense Base Act law and Longshore Act law is federal law. Garfinkel Schwartz tries and handles cases around the U.S. for clients around the world. There are no boundaries. If you need help and want to talk, we’ll find a way. Whether you mail a letter, send an e-mail or do a FaceTime, Skype, Video Conference, Whats App or Facebook chat or Google Hangout…we’ll find a way to communicate with you.

It’s not easy to fight your employer or your insurer on your own. The insurance companies have the best attorneys available so you should lawyer up. Talk with a couple attorneys to find someone you trust and who agrees to fight for your case.

Insurers can cancel benefits or medical care without warning. It’s your right to choose your attorney, your doctors and the DBA Act or Longshore Act covers it if you have a case. Do you have a case? If you’re hurt and sick, can’t heal and recover you have to find out because the rights are clear under the DBA.

Get help from an experienced Defense Base Act Law and Longshore Act Law lawyer. Interview lawyers until you’re confident and comfortable with your representation. Your case may continue, your care may continue for a long time.

It doesn’t matter where you live because Garfinkel Schwartz will travel to you. Brian flies to any state or country you live in.

Questions? Call attorney Brian Wiklendt 24 hours a day 1-800-393-2999. You may get a return call after hours, weekends…as soon as Brian is able or 30-year paralegal Doreen Cabral may call.

Give return calls a brief amount of time as travel, meetings, court dates happen all the time. But as soon as there’s a break, Doreen or Brian ALWAYS call back. That’s a Garfinkel Schwartz law firm promise.

We will get back to you as soon as we can. Garfinkel Schwartz is committed to helping one family, one person at a time. We’re based in (Maitland, Florida) and (Cocoa Beach, Florida) but work with clients everywhere because Longshore and DBA is federal law.

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Given the Coronavirus / CoVid-19 pandemic, face-to-face mediation is problematic. Here are some tips for online video conference mediating! And see this example of an online mediation:

In this video we explain what documents are required for debt review to ensure a smooth sign up process and why they are needed.

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This presentation describes mediation analysis and the connections between traditional mediation analysis and recently developed causal mediation analysis. Mediating variables have a long and important history in theoretical and applied research because they describe how and why two variables are related. One common example of applied mediation research is the study of the mediating processes that explain how a prevention/treatment program achieves its effects on an outcome variable. If the intervention’s active ingredients are identified, the intervention can be made more powerful and more efficient. Other applied mediation examples include identifying how a risk factor leads to disease and how early life experiences affect later development.

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