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Military Medical Malpractice

Understanding the Military Malpractice Claim

When you, your spouse or your child is the victim of medical malpractice at a military hospital, you may have misconceptions about your rights to pursue a claim against the military. Therefore it is very important you consult with a lawyer who is experienced in handling military malpractice cases to make sure your rights are protected.  For example, did you know:

1. You can sue the military or government for medical malpractice.
Many people mistakenly believe they cannot sue the government. However, you may file a claim for medical negligence whether injured at an Army, Navy or Air Force hospital.  This is true for military hospitals in all 50 states, all US territories and all military bases overseas.

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.
There is generally a two (2) year statute of limitations that applies to everyone, including children, for medical malpractice claims against the government. There are limited exceptions 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 your dependents.

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

At Brown Law, we have over 32 years experience handling military medical malpractice cases allowing us to provide you with high quality legal work, the opportunity for extraordinary results and the benefit of an attorney who focus her practices on your specialized needs. Contact us today and let us provide you with a free evaluation of your claim.

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