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Monthly Archives: March 2020

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What Veterans Need to Know about Claims and the Federal Tort Claims Act

By Citizen Soldier Law |

Veterans of the US military have the right to be compensated by the government if they were injured while on active duty. However, this is not the only time the government might be on the hook for compensation to a military member. If you are a veteran who was treated at a VA facility… Read More »

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What to Do if You are a New Jersey Medical Professional Facing Disciplinary Charges

By Citizen Soldier Law |

All New Jersey physicians, regardless of their area of specialty, are always facing the risk of someone filing a complaint or alleging misconduct against them. You’ve spent years of your life and tons of money on your education, passing exams, having your character assessed, etc. Now, you could be facing disciplinary action on your… Read More »

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Who Qualifies to Carry a Firearm Under LEOSA in New Jersey?

By Citizen Soldier Law |

LEOSA stands for the Law Enforcement Officers Safety Act. This federal law was enacted in 2004 and sets forth guidelines that would allow a current or former law enforcement officers to carry a concealed firearm in any jurisdiction, regardless of local laws. However, this is not an absolute right and there are certain exceptions…. Read More »

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US Public Health Service Medical Review Board (MRB) and Medical Appeals Board (MAB)

By Citizen Soldier Law |

(The following is not legal advice and only an overview of the law. You must consult an attorney to obtain representation and form an attorney client relationship). You are a US Public Health Service (USPHS) officer, reserve or regular, serving on extended active duty and received an injury or physical/psychological illness connected during your… Read More »

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