Today is Veterans day, so named by President Eisenhower when he renamed Armistice day Veterans Day in 1954.
Sadly, we don’t always take great care of our Veterans mental and physical health.
According to National Coalition of Homeless Veterans, on any given day, between 500,000 and 900,000 Veterans of the United States, are homeless.
According to one source, at least 18 Veterans commit suicide every day.
Hundreds of Veterans each year are victims of medical malpractice at the Veterans Hospitals that were designed to provide the best care.
We have written before about our most recent successful Medical Malpractice case against the Veterans Administration. Each case is unique but all fall under Federal Law, the Federal Tort Claims Act. The settlements are not confidential because your tax dollars are paying for the physician’s mistakes.
Demand better care for our Veterans. If you have been a victim of malpractice at a Veterans Administration facility, call an attorney right away – under Federal law you must provide very detailed notice of the claim.
Thank you for your service, and god bless all who are willing to serve.