Veterans Medical Malpractice
VA Hospitals May Provide Sub-Standard Care
The VA hospital has been in the news for its sub standard care of US Veterans. To learn more about the issues with VA care, read this article.
Changing Practices of Veterans Medical Malpractice Claims
Veterans seeking medical attention in Veteran's Administration (VA) hospitals may not be getting the same standard of care as those receiving care in private hospitals.
What Veterans Should Know About Filing VA Claims
Veteran's Administration (VA) hospitals follow different rules than private hospitals.
VA Says Substandard Care May Have Led To 19 Patient Deaths
In a shocking announcement, the Department of Veteran's Affairs (VA) says that doctors at a VA hospital in Marion, Illinois provided substandard care that may have led to 19 patient deaths. The announcement followed two investigations of continuing probl
$20M Settlement Reached Between Veterans & VA Over Stolen Computer Data
The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) has reached a $20 million settlement with veterans who sued the VA in several class action lawsuits after a VA laptop computer containing the names, birth dates and social security numbers of over 25 million veterans was stolen in 2006.
Veteran Hospitals' Negligence May Result In Thousands Of Lawsuits
Veterans depending on VA hospitals and medical centers have undoubtedly become more skeptical about the quality of their treatment after numerous cases of negligence and medical malpractice have been reported at VA hospitals throughout the nation - and the result may be thousands of lawsuits against the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs.
VA Warns Vets Of Chantix & Zyban Risks; But Are VA Doctors Complying?
The Veterans Administration (VA) has warned veterans about the dangers of anti-smoking drugs, Chantix (varenicline), manufactured by Pfizer, and Zyban (bupropion), manufactured by GlaxoSmithKline (GSK). However, one veteran says that VA doctors aren't really complying with those warnings.