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Military Medical Malpractice

Was your mammogram normal? Are you sure?

February 7, 2022

Successful breast cancer screening relies on timely follow-up of abnormal mammograms. Delayed or failure to follow-up abnormal mammograms undermines the potential benefits of screening and is associated with worse outcomes. A recently published study highlighted some failures and delays in notifying some women of abnormal mammograms by primary care physicians Read More

Happy Veterans Day 2021

November 10, 2021

With deepest gratitude on Veterans Day, and every day, for our clients and all others who serve, have served, and have sacrificed so much for our country.  

Happy Easter!

March 31, 2021

 

No doctor should get away with pushing bad advice

December 20, 2020

In an interesting opinion piece in the NY Times, ” We Must Do More to Stop Dangerous Doctors in a Pandemic,” the writer stated that doctors should realize that their advice is, in effect, a form of medicine. He argued that doctors who provide outrageous advice that is far outside Read More

Happy Holidays!

December 20, 2020

 

Military Medical Malpractice – a right to sue?

September 22, 2019

From the American Association of Justice – The Faces of Feres: In 2003, Air Force Staff Sgt. Dean Patrick Witt underwent a routine appendectomy at Travis Air Force Base in California. The surgical procedure was low risk. Unfortunately, following the appendectomy, a nurse administered a lethal dose of fentanyl and Read More

Feres Doctrine Med Mal Fix

September 20, 2019

From the American Association of Justice – The Faces of Feres: Rebecca Lipe, a former Air Force judge advocate general, was left with debilitating abdominal pain, and permanent damage to her reproductive organs after wearing ill-fitting body armor during a 2011 deployment in Iraq. Initially, doctors accused her of having Read More

Help get justice for active duty military

September 18, 2019

From the American Association of Justice – The Faces of Feres: Navy Lt. Rebekah Daniel went in to the same Naval Hospital where she worked as a labor and delivery nurse to give birth to her child. She never made it out alive. The healthy 33-year-old with a low risk Read More

Give active duty military the right to sue

September 16, 2019

From the American Association of Justice – The Faces of Feres: Sgt. Richard Stayskal is a Purple Heart recipient who was shot by a sniper in Iraq in 2004. He went to several military doctors with breathing problems related to that injury but was repeatedly misdiagnosed with pneumonia and simply Read More

Allow active duty military to sue for medical malpractice

September 12, 2019

This clip explains the problem active duty people face when they are victims of medical malpractice in the military – they are not allowed to sue. There is finally hope for a change, but we need your help.  We ask our men and women in uniform to risk their lives Read More

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