HHV cleared of all lawsuit charges, continues to help veterans and their families

Published on September 7, 2013 at 4:36 AM · No Comments

Help Hospitalized Veterans (HHV), the charitable organization that for more than 42 years has helped in the recovery of wounded, sick or disabled American veterans, announced today that the lawsuit brought by the California attorney general had been settled and that HHV will continue helping veterans reclaim their lives.

Under the terms of the agreement with the California attorney general's office, HHV was exonerated of all charges.

Hugh P. Quinn, HHV's lead attorney and a senior partner at the Fluet Huber + Hoang law firm that represented HHV, said that the agreement was a tremendous victory for veterans and their families. "The attorney general's complaint and the subsequent litigation damaged HHV's ability to help veterans," he said. "To say the least, I'm very happy that the attorney general agreed that HHV and its board of directors had done nothing wrong and that HHV should continue its work."

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