Dr. Remington Nevin


Email: rnevin@remingtonnevin.com
Mail: 30 S. Castle St, Baltimore, MD 21231
Telephone: 410-428-6991

Fax: 410-843-9139

Email: rnevin@jhu.edu
Mail: Department of Mental Health,
Johns Hopkins University
Bloomberg School of Public Health
624 N. Broadway, Room 782
Baltimore, MD 21205

Veterans Compensation

U.S. military veterans may file a claim with the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) for disability compensation for health problems they believe are related to mefloquine use during military service, including for certain chronic neurological and psychiatric conditions highlighted in the U.S. FDA mefloquine boxed warning. Dr. Nevin is a former U.S. military public health physician and has experience evaluating claims of military service connection and preparing nexus letters for cases related to mefloquine exposure. VA nexus letter preparation is available for veterans for a small fee after a free initial consultation. U.S. veterans with questions related to VA mefloquine disability claims, as well as international veterans with concerns related to their mefloquine exposure, are encouraged to contact Dr. Nevin to discuss their case or for further information.

Expert Consultation

Dr. Nevin is available for international attorney medicolegal consultation and to provide expert witness assistance for cases related to antimalarial prescribing and toxicity. A current fee schedule is available. Dr. Nevin has significant experience consulting on civil and criminal cases and has co-authored the first review of the forensic application of claims of mefloquine intoxication and neurotoxicity in legal settings. For forensic psychiatric assistance, Dr. Nevin is pleased to make referrals to colleagues with specific expertise in this area. 

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Scientists, physicians, and interested members of the public may contact Dr. Nevin for electronic reprints of his publications or for specific questions related to his research. Members of the media may also contact Dr. Nevin for questions related to his research or for short-notice interview requests.