US Marine Vet’s malpractice claim denied due to VA loophole – Now he’s on a mission to change the law
He's left with a permanent disability and no way to recover damages. Instead, he's trying to change the law.
WASHINGTON – The Department of Veterans Affairs improperly denied hundreds of military sexual trauma claims in recent years, leaving potentially thousands of Veterans suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder without benefits, a VA inspector general investigation found.
Majority in Felony Veterans Treatment court appear for drug, alcohol offenses
LOS ANGELES — A man who operated parking lots for the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs in Los Angeles was sentenced Monday for bilking the agency of $13 million and bribing the official who granted his parking contracts.
Three executive orders signed by President Donald Trump in May to address what he considers a bloated and inefficient federal workforce are working as intended, administration officials say, although Department of Veteran Affairs workers and union members say the implementation is hurting workers — and Veterans.
The Department of Veterans Affairs announced last week that it is taking back rights it gave away under the previous administration to preclude collective bargaining on issues indirectly related to VA providers’ professional conduct or competence. Consequently, unions can no longer engage in collective bargaining when it comes to professional conduct and patient care by VA providers.
She served her country for more than two decades but now believes the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) is letting her down.
A new lawsuit challenges the legality of a secret Mar-a-Lago troika after ProPublica revealed its influence over the Department of Veterans Affairs.
CONCORD, N.H. — Months of unpaid invoices to the Department of Veterans Affairs has prompted a health care provider in New Hampshire to stop servicing more than a dozen Veterans in New Hampshire.
Here is the first thing to know about Veterans: No single voice can represent them. Each service member is shaped not only by their race and gender, but also the branch of the military they chose, the rank they held, where and if they deployed, and so much more. The breadth and variety of our experiences in our big ol’ machine of war are immense, and it would be foolhardy to let some jackass who rolled around Iraq in a tank 15 years ago speak for everyone.