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Martinez-Bodon v. Wilkie, CAVC No. 18-3721 (August 11, 2020) “Man’s best friend helps NC Guardsman with PTSD [Image 1 of 8]” by DVIDSHUB is licensed under CC BY 2.0In Martnez-Bodon, the United States Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims (“Veterans
Veterans Court rules veteran family members must have resided at Camp LeJeune to receive free healthcare benefits.
Straw v. Wilkie, CAVC No. 18-7129 (June 26, 2020) After the Honoring America’s Veterans and care for Camp Lejeune Families Act of 2012 became law, the VA was required to offer free medical services for certain conditions to veterans who
The Simmons decision represents further erosion of the preferred status of veterans under VA law. • Any decision the VA makes regarding a veteran’s claim is subject to five (5)(!!!!!) levels of appellate review – Agency Higher Level Review <
Between 1953 and 1987 upwards of 1 million military personnel and their families stationed at Camp Lejeune in North Carolina ingested and bathed in water that was contaminated with chemicals from three water-distribution points that supplied the majority of family
U.S. Army veteran searching for witnesses in Ft. Bragg parachute failure and typhoon at Camp Humphreys in South Korea
This is a call for witnesses. U.S. Army veteran Michael Thiemann is seeking information from anyone who would have witnessed the following events: A parachute failure that occurred at Ft. Bragg in approximately January of 1998, in which a solider
Veteran John Vincenti, back in the U.S. Navy. Two emergency surgeries in the military left Mr. Vincenti battling complications, including a misdiagnosed Hepatitis infection, for the rest of his life. Mr. Vincenti went on to have a successful civilian career
When a vet has to go the U.S. Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims to fight for his appeal, a win almost always results in a remand. A remand occurs when the Court tells the VA it made
VA physician assistant Mark Wisner, charged with sodomy, solicitation, sexual battery and aggravated sexual battery.
Brown & Curry represents more than 30 veterans now bringing claims against the VA through the Federal Tort Claims Act. These claims focus on the unnecessary medical procedures Wisner performed as well as the VA’s failure to appropriately supervise Mr.