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The worse FTCA situation I know of,is yet to come.

Fayetteville Arkansas----possibly 12 deaths and other disabilities- due to one VA  Pathologist.

https://www.disabledveterans.org/2019/02/05/massive-malpractice-reported-at-fayetteville-va-3000-instances/

Those of us on the Radio show crew believe our technician Mike Sasser is dead due to this pathologist.

We believe his wife filed a wrongful death claim but not sure.

Fayetteville VA (I spoke to their Media contact person) said they gave the veterans and families of deceased veterans,who might have been victims of the Dr's malpractice, info on how to file FTCA and/or 1151 claims.

I wonder if they really did- but I watched their Town Hall meetings on this and the room had plenty of malpractice lawyers in it. I emailed a lawyer in Fayetteville, from a malpractice firm,  and he replied that he was right there- in the videos, of the meetings ,talking to the vets there and said there were many other lawyers present doing that as well. I really do not trust VA employees to advise vets of their FTCA/1151 rights.

 

 

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