“Checkups” are obviously common in health care, but the idea of doing a preventive screening for potential issues has applications in law as well, especially in access to justice efforts. A new legal “checkup” tool for veterans, a collaborative project between the American Bar Association (ABA), legal insurance group ARAG Legal and legal innovation group CuroLegal, aims to help veterans “check up” some of the legal issues they may be facing.

Nicole Bradick, chief strategy officer at CuroLegal, said the tool, called Veterans Legal Checkup, was designed in alignment with current ABA president Linda Klein’s institution of the ABA Veterans Legal Services Initiative.

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