Around 100 veterans suing over alleged abuse by ex-VA worker | The Wichita Eagle

It’s been five months since Mark E. Wisner learned he’ll spend more than 15 years in prison for sexually assaulting veterans during medical exams. And while the criminal case is over, civil actions filed against the former physician’s assistant and the U.S. government continue to pile up.On March 12, Kansas City attorneys Dan Curry and Sarah Brown filed three more lawsuits on behalf of Wisner’s former patients, who say they were fondled and excessively questioned about their sex lives while under his care at the Eisenhower Veterans Administration Medical Center in Leavenworth. Some of the veterans who sought treatment had been injured in combat.Curry said he expects to file a few more lawsuits in the near future – bringing the total number to around 100. Some seek $2 million or more in damages.

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