Robert Drury served in the U.S. Navy from 1974 to 1983. The Florida veteran had to fight the VA for years to win compensation from complications that resulted from a knee replacement, including vision loss from a rare condition called Anterior Ischemic Optic Nueropathy (NAION). Even though vision loss is not normally associated with a knee issue, Brown & Curry obtained the medical evidence necessary to tie Mr. Drury’s NAION event to the hypotension he suffered when the VA prescribed him antibiotics during a total knee replacement. The antibiotics causes what is known as “Red Man” syndrome. Brown & Curry successfully won service connection for Mr. Drury in excess of an 100-percent rating from the VA. We salute Mr. Drury. You can see a photo of him with his guide dog Nelson below.