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Childhood & Pediatric Malpractice

Lawyers Helping Injured Children of Military Members

Every parent’s worst nightmare is to watch helplessly as your child’s cold or flu gets worse and worse despite repeated trips to the doctor or emergency room. This nightmare becomes something even worse, when your child’s condition deteriorates into a critical illness and the doctors finally realize, too late, that this was not just a cold or the flu.

Serious injuries to children as a result of medical malpractice can leave a family facing a huge medical bills and extraordinary care costs for the rest of the child’s life. Even if the active duty parent has military medical care for life, non-covered, out of pocket costs of caring for an injured child can still cost literally millions of dollars.

The military medical malpractice lawyers at Brown Law have over 65 years of combined experience getting settlements and verdicts in amounts high enough to provide a life time of top quality care for children injured by the negligence of Army, Navy and Air Force doctors. We can help you too. You should be aware that in cases involving the military, even for children, you have only two years to file a claim. Please contact us today so your child’s rights are protected.

Cases of pediatric malpractice by military doctors may include the failure to timely diagnose and/or treat the following conditions:

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