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To military dependents and now active duty members injured by medical malpractice: WE CAN HELP!  If you, your spouse, or your child is a victim of medical malpractice at a military hospital, you can file a claim against the military  for damages.  However, you need a lawyer experienced in fighting through the complex regulations and laws governing claims against the military to make sure your rights are protected.  It is NOT the same as if you had been injured by a civilian doctor.   As an experienced law firm with a national presence, at Brown Law we have successfully handled all types of military medical malpractice cases for all branches of the military, including Army, Air Force, Navy, and Marine military dependents in all states, US territories, and military bases overseas.

Did you know?

1. You can sue the military or government for medical malpractice.
An injured military dependent, veterans, and active duty service members, may file a claim for medical negligence whether injured at an Army, Navy, or Air Force hospital in the United States or overseas.  An active duty person, and all parents and spouses, may also file a claim for malpractice done to his or her child or spouse by a military doctor or nurse.  

2. You generally have only two (2) years to file a claim for military medical malpractice even if the claim is for a child under the age of 18.
This two (2) year statute of limitations generally applies to everyone, including children, in medical malpractice claims against the government. However, there are exceptions to the rule and how the two-year time period is calculated varies greatly from cases to case, so it is very important to talk to a lawyer who knows the federal laws applicable to these claims as soon as possible to make sure you file a timely claim.

3. Your military career will not be harmed if you file a claim for medical malpractice done to you or your dependents.

It is understandable that you may be concerned about your career, but filing a claim for medical negligence against the military will not damage your career or jeopardize subsequent government provided health care for your family.

Representing military families around the world get compensation for their injuries is all we do. 

We do not handle car crashes.  We do not handle work related injuries.  We do not take civilian malpractice cases.  For over 35 years, all our attorney has done is take care of military families injured by the malpractice of military doctors and nurses.  We provide:

  • Top legal representation backed by over 35 years experience and proven results, all tailored to your individual case no matter where you are stationed.
  • Aggressive client advocacy and tireless pursuit of the best possible recovery in your case.
  • A powerful and persuasive presentation of your story.
  • Highly qualified expert witness support from nationally recognized doctors in a variety of specialties.
  • Personal service from and communication directly with an attorney, not an assistant or paralegal.

Free case evaluations and no fee ever, unless there is a recovery for you.

No amount of money can change the fact that someone in your family suffered a devastating birth injury  or wrongful death due to the negligence or medical malpractice of a military doctor, midwife or nurse.   However, the compensation our lawyer may recover for you will go a long way in covering medical costs, lost wages and the pain and suffering you have endured.  When brave men and women like you take on the challenge of protecting our country’s freedom, you and your family deserve excellent legal representation.  Please call us toll-free at 1-877-695-8757 (24/7). You may also email us at LawHelp@MilitaryMedicalMalpractice.com , live chat with a representative on this web site 24/7, or submit the online form on the right side of this page.

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