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Medical Malpractice Claims for Military Hospitals Overseas

Representation for Military Medical Malpractice Claims Overseas

If you are military personnel stationed overseas and one of your family members suffers an injury due to negligence or malpractice in a medical facility, it can be very difficult to recover compensation for those injuries. However, the law office of  Brown Law has an impressive record of winning claims against the US government for military medical malpractice overseas.

Our military malpractice claims lawyer handles military medical malpractice lawsuits in all 50 states plus claims for all military medical facilities overseas.  We have handled cases from  Landstuhl Regional Medical Center and Ramstein Air Base Medical Clinic in Germany, the US Naval Hospital in Guam, the US Naval Hospital, NaplesUS Naval Branch Hospital, Sigonella, USAHC, Vicenza and Aviano AFB in Italy; the 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.

Working under Military Claims Act (MCA) Law

The Military Claims Act (MCA) is a federal law that covers injuries received by the family members and dependents of military personnel overseas. The MCA is very similar to the Federal Tort Claims Act (FTCA), which allows military dependents to file claims against the US government for negligence and military medical malpractice, with one very important difference: there is no right to file a lawsuit in federal court.  The only remedy is the administrative claims process.  That is why it  is crucial to have an attorney who is proficient in this type of legal process, who fully understands these complex laws and who knows how to properly file and advocate for a malpractice claim against the military overseas.

Once our military claims attorney agrees to take your case, there are several steps in proceeding with the claim:

  • Obtaining records, interviewing clients and other witnesses

  • Evaluation and investigation

  • Hiring experts, finding and preparing both medical and legal support
  • Preparation and persuasive presentation of the claims to the Army, Navy or Air Force

  • Resolution and Recovery

Military Malpractice Help for Injuries Incurred Overseas

If you or a loved one has suffered from military medical malpractice in medical facilities in Germany, Japan, Korea, Italy, the United Kingdom (England) or anywhere else overseas, please fill out and submit our online form, give us a call at 1-877-695-8757 (24/7) or e-mail us at LawHelp@MilitaryMedicalMalpractice.com for your initial free consultation today.

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