Russell Skoug, right, and his friend Thomas Lane worked for Wolfpack Security and Logistics in Iraq. After Skoug lost part of a leg in a roadside bomb explosion, he had to fight Wolfpack for compensation. The company had failed to buy mandatory insurance.
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