Tag Archives: Pain

AND THEY SHOULD BE: Chronic pain patients angry over ‘opioid contracts.’…

AND THEY SHOULD BE: Chronic pain patients angry over ‘opioid contracts.’ Read more detail on Recent Law Professor posts –

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FCOA Precedent Alert: Saunders v. Wilkie, #2017-1466 (A Veteran can service connect stand-alone pain)

What is the Deep Issue in the Case? This case involves the question of whether a veteran can service connect stand alone pain as  a disability for the purposes of VA disability compensation.  The basic VA disability compensation statute is … Continue reading

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Federal Circuit Rules Veterans Can Seek Benefits for Pain Related to Service

Kristina Derro, Esq. For 19 years, lower court precedent has prevented veterans from obtaining disability benefits based on pain alone. The Department of Veterans Affairs has, until this federal holding, required that pain be attributed to a specific medical diagnosis. … Continue reading

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Pharmacy Owner And Pharmacist Sentenced To 160 Months In Prison For $4.3 Million Pain And Scar Compounding Creams Where Referral Payments Received When TRICARE Insurance Billed

The compounding cream cases where pharmacies engaged in marketing to obtain patients and where there were billings to TRICARE insurance continue. In a recent case, after a five-day trial of one count of conspiracy to pay health care kickbacks and paying … Continue reading

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Can I Sue for Pain and Suffering for My Iowa Work Injury?

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