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Military Hospitals Overseas


Can I sue the military for medical malpractice if  it happened overseas?

YES – as long as the malpractice occurred at a U.S. military hospital overseas and the person who was physically injured was a military dependent, or retired military at the time of the malpractice, you have the right to file a claim for medical malpractice.

Is there any difference between a claim for military medical malpractice overseas and a claim for military malpractice that happened in the on U.S.?

YES – The rules are different for military medical malpractice that happens overseas.  The major difference is that the only remedy is to file an administrative claim (an SF95).  There is no right to file a lawsuit in federal court and have the case decided by an impartial judge.  This means essentially that the  Army, Air Force or Navy lawyers decide whether to settle or deny your claim.  It is supposed to be an impartial, non-adversarial process where claims with merit are settled.  The same lawyers whose jobs are to defend the military in stateside malpractice actions are the ones who are supposed to also be impartial and fair in overseas cases.

Have you been successful in getting settlements for malpractice cases at Army, Navy and Air Force hospitals overseas?

YES – we have recovered millions of dollars for injured military families who were victims of military doctors, mid-wives or nurses malpractice at many military medical facilities including:  Landstuhl Regional Medical Center and Ramstein Air Base Medical Clinic in Germany, at  US Naval Hospital in Guam US Naval Hospital, NaplesUS Naval Branch Hospital, Sigonella, USAHC, Vicenza and Aviano AFB in Italy; Naval Hospital, Okinawa  and Naval Hospital, Yokosuka in Japan, Brian Allgood Army Community Hospital in Korea; US Naval Hospital, Rota in Spain; 39 Medical Group (Incirlik) in Turkey; and more.

If you or a family member were injured by negligence of an Army, Navy or  Air Force doctor or nurse overseas, we can help.  Contact us by calling 1-877-695-8757 (24/7), e-mailing us at LawHelp@MilitaryMedicalMalpractice.com, or by filling out the short form on the right side of this page (or on the bottom of this page if viewing on your mobile phone). We offer free, confidential consultations and there is no fee unless we get a recovery for you.

Our attorneys handle overseas Army, Navy and Air Force birth injury and wrongful death cases, and all other types of medical malpractice cases occurring in military hospitals and clinics worldwide, including:


SHAPE Healthcare Facility Mons, Belgium

Brussels Army Health Clinic


US Naval Hospital, Guantanamo Bay


Landstuhl Regional Medical Center

US Army Health Clinics:

Kaiserslautern Army Health Clinic (on Kleber Kaserne)

Ansbach Army Health Clinic

Baumholder Army Health Clinic

Grafenwoehr Army Health Clinic (located on Tower Barracks)

Hohenfels Army Health Clinic

Stuttgart Army Health Clinic (located on Patch Barracks)

Wiesbaden Army Health Clinic

Vilseck Army Health Clinic

USAF Clinics:
Ramstein Air Base Medical Clinic 86 Medical Group (Ramstein)

52d Medical Group, Spangdahlem AFB


US Naval Hospital Guam

Medical Clinics:
36 Medical Group, Andersen AFB Guam


US Naval Hospital, Naples
US Naval Branch Hospital, USNAF Sigonella, Sicily

Medical Clinics:
US Army Health Clinic, Vicenza
31 Medical Group, Aviano AFB, Italy


35 Medical Group (Misawa)
374 Medical Group (Yokota)
Naval Hospital, Okinawa
Naval Hospital, Yokosuka

Medical Clinics:
18 Medical Group (Kadena)


Brian Allgood Army Community Hospital/121st Combat Support Hospital, Camp Humphries Seoul
8 Medical Group (Kunsan)
51 Medical Group (Osan)


US Naval Hospital, Rota


39 Medical Group (Incirlik)


48 Medical Group (Lakenheath)

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