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Military Claims Act (MCA) Cases


Malpractice cases arising at military bases overseas are treated differently. Be careful to get an attorney experienced with MCA claims to handle your malpractice case.

The Military Claims Act (MCA) covers injuries received by military dependents while stationed outside the United States. This act is very similar to the Federal Tort Claims Act (FTCA), which allows people to sue the U.S. government for negligence, however it does have some very important differences and limitations.

When filing a claim under the Military Claims Act, it is important you have an attorney skilled and experienced enough to succeed the first time around; appeals are very limited in these cases. It is crucial that all relevant facts are carefully investigated and clearly  presented, top quality expert support is obtained and your side of the story is told persuasively.

The lawyers at Brown Law have handled Military Claims Act cases all over the world-including Japan, Korea, Germany, Italy and beyond. We know what it takes to be successful under the MCA and  we can help you too. Please contact us today.  There is no fee unless we get compensation for you.

ATTENTION Kaiserslautern/Ramstein Military Community – In- person free, confidential consultations available May 17-29, 2018, for military dependents living in and around Ramstein Air Base who believe they may have suffered medical malpractice at any military hospital. While this certainly includes problems experienced at Landstuhl Regional Medical Center and Ramstein clinics, we will be available to discuss potential cases from prior duty stations as well. Our goal with an office presence in Germany is to better serve military dependents who have suffered an injury due to medical negligence while stationed in Europe. By appointment only – space is limited. Please call us at 1-877-695-8757 (24/7) or e-mail us at LawHelp@MilitaryMedicalMalpractice.com to request an in person consultation.


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