VA JUST SUED FOR $2.5 MILLION FOR MALPRACTICE, ARMY VET STEPHEN DIED ALL ALONE

VA JUST SUED FOR $2.5 MILLION FOR MALPRACTICE, ARMY VET STEPHEN DIED ALL ALONE

July 6, 2017

Stephen T. Carey was 42 years old last year when he died from Stage 4 cancer all alone in his mother’s basement. Stephen’s destiny was cast in stone, according to a lawsuit filed recently against the VA for Malpractice, when VA doctors failed to test and diagnose renal cancer back in 2011 on 3 separate occasions.

SECTION OF STEPHEN’S MALPRACTICE LAWSUIT AGAINST THE VA

According to outside urologist Dr. Kelly, who reviewed Stephen’s case, “There were three separate occasions during which time Stephen could have been diagnosed with renal cancer carcinoma… during that time in which Stephen’s cancer could have been diagnosed and most likely cured¬†was ultimately fatal to his survival.”

Stephens’s family filed a claim (before filing their lawsuit) with the VA seeking help, which was denied. The VA has failed to help his family since his death.

Attorney Paul Padda took the case and filed a lawsuit against the VA in US Federal District Court and is awaiting a trial date. The Doctors who failed Stephen continue to work at the VA today.

360Daily.net reached out to the VA for comment on this story but they refused to comment

President Trump recently signed the VA Accountability Act providing more authority to fire VA personal.

Currently, the life of a Veteran is only worth $350,000 under caps here in Nevada and that’s before attorney fees.

Rob Lauer

US Army Veteran

Political Reporter

360Daily.net

READ THE LAWSUIT FILED AGAINST THE VA HERE:DOC 1 Complaint

 

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