KARE’s investigation. that belonged to him. Whistleblowers say veterans weren’t informed Back in May, a whistleblower.
Toxic exposure on Army bases sparks battle for health benefits Veterans potentially exposed to toxic waste at nearly 140. – Veterans who served at other contaminated bases haven’t fared as well. Sue Frasier has been unsuccessful in her fight for a national health registry for veterans who served at Fort McClellan between 1935 and 1999. Frasier went through basic training in 1970, when the base was home to the Army Chemical Corps and the Women’s Army Corps.
· TAMPA, FLORIDA, March 18, 2015 – Gilbane Building Co. has agreed to pay the government $1.1 million to settle a whistleblower lawsuit brought by Phillips & Cohen LLP that claimed a company it had acquired had fraudulently obtained government construction business that was intended for small businesses owned by disabled military veterans. The “qui tam” (whistleblower) lawsuit.
The veterans say they did not know about a government rule that requires them to see a VA doctor at least once every two years to stay eligible for coverage.. KARE 11’s continuing.
WASHINGTON — The scandal-plagued Department of Veterans Affairs is systematically overpaying clerks, administrators and other support staff, according to internal audits, draining tens of millions of dollars that could be used instead to ease the VA’s acute shortage of doctors and nurses.
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This included honors for "A Pattern of Denial," a two-year investigation exposing the Department of Veterans Affairs for wrongly denying legitimate emergency medical claims, leaving veterans stuck with bills they should not owe. "KARE 11 has long been known for impactful investigative work that brings change to those who need it most.
Construction Contractor Settles Whistleblower Lawsuit – · In March 2015, the government settled a whistleblower lawsuit brought by Phillips & Cohen that alleged a Providence, RI construction company fraudulently acquired government construction business intended for small businesses owned by disabled veterans. That company, Gilbane Building Co., agreed to pay $1.1 million to settle the case.
Related: KARE 11's multi-year investigation into the VA's improper denials of. Medicare covered a portion of his treatment, but Staab says he was. has yet to reimburse Mr. Staab the full $48,000 the court ruled he is owed.
Beginning in June, KARE 11’s continuing investigation – A Pattern of Denial – has documented how veterans are still being saddled with medical debt they should not owe, some of it even turned.
Bill seeks to waive state college application fees for vets From NYC to Atlanta: Shepherd’s Men Run to Help Reduce Veteran Suicides Bill seeks to waive state college application fees for vets Florida teen dies of burns from 2017 New Year’s Eve bonfire Storm-damaged Muncie Fieldhouse could reopen this fall. PROVIDENCE, R.I. (AP) – rhode island lawmakers are considering a bill to waive state college application fees for veterans.
Sick veterans are being forced to travel more than a thousand miles for care. In many cases that distance proves to be a daunting barrier between those who have served, and the organ transplants they need to survive. kare 11 investigates partnered with sister TEGNA stations WXIA in Atlanta and KVUE.