An interesting military medical benefits case

Cronin v. United States, __ F.3d ___ (Fed. Cir. Aug. 28, 2014), deals with claims for injuries sustained during or aggravated by conditions of service.  It is noteworthy to me because, among a number of significant claims of physical injury, the plaitiff raises issues of PTSD for which she was not to be compensated.  She attributes the PTSD partly to, multiple physical and sexual assaults, stalking, and extreme sexual harassment.

The Court of Claims found the PTSD claim without merit, and the appeals court affirmed.