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.
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.
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
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
Al Shockley: After an 8-year battle with the VA for aid and attendance benefits, U.S. Marine finally wins.
Al Shockley fought the VA for eight years to compensate him for a seizure disorder he developed related to his service in the U.S. Marine Corps. The Kansas City, Mo.,
Carl Brown knows his unit was exposed to Agent Orange, either in Thailand or during a perhaps undocumented excursion into Vietnam. Our firm is trying to help him win his
Allen Daniels is an Air Force veteran working to prove to the VA that he served near the perimeter of the Udorn Royal Thai Air Force Base, and that he
Dencil Farris: Looking for veterans who served in the 46th Infantry in 1955 at Camp Chaffee, Arkansas.
This is the challenge of winning a VA case when your records have been burned in the 1973 fire at the National Personnel Records Center. What should be open-and-shut gets
The VA fights awarding compensation for Hepatitis tooth and nail. That’s why its always notable when another veteran gets benefits. We helped a Kansas City, Mo., area Navy