MILITARY MEDICAL MALPRACTICE ATTORNEYS

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Military medical malpractice claims are governed by special federal laws — the Federal Tort Claims Act and the Military Claims Act. While our firm is based in the District of Columbia, our attorneys travel to and associate with firms throughout the country handling important military medical malpractice cases. As one example, in 2007, Bruce Klores obtained a $28 million dollar verdict for a military family in court which, after five years of appeals, was finally paid. Our attorneys have also settled some of the largest cases under the Military Claims Act, which does not allow for litigation.

Read about Bruce Klores's 28 million dollar verdict on behalf of a Navy family.

Until 2020, active duty military were barred from asserting claims for medical malpractice that occurred in military facilities.  Thanks to a change in a law called the National Defense Authorization Act, active duty military can now pursue these claims through an administrative process.

Why Choose Us?

A nationally known and respected trial lawyer with over 35 years experience, Bruce J. Klores has recovered over 40 million dollars for military families and another 250 million for his civilian clients in malpractice cases. He has taught both medicine and medical malpractice litigation to military and civilian lawyers and has been inducted into the American College of Trial Lawyers, the most respected organization of trial attorneys in the country.

A board-certified trial lawyer with over 20 years trial experience, Scott M. Perry obtained over $46 million in medical malpractice verdicts in 2019 alone. Throughout his career, Scott has obtained record-setting verdicts in complex cases.

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We formed Military Medical Malpractice Attorneys to further our long standing commitment to service members and their families and also in response to the passing of the 2020 National Defense Authorization Act, which now allows active duty military members to bring claims for medical negligence against the United States- a right that civilians, military dependents, and retirees from the armed forces have enjoyed for decades.  Our compassionate , experienced and tested attorneys are proud to represent those who serve our country, and to help active duty members and their families get the compensation they deserve for injuries sustained as a result of military medical malpractice.

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Military Medical Malpractice Blog

Check out our active duty medical malpractice blog, covering the latest news about the Military Claims Act and medical malpractice nationwide.

Do I Need a Military Medical Malpractice Injury Lawyer?

October 19, 2020

Can I Sue the Government? Yes. If you have been injured at a military hospital or health care facility and believe you may have a claim for medical malpractice, a military injury lawyer can help you determine what avenues of recovery are available. Active-duty members are able to bring medical malpractice claims against the government…

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US News Uncovers Mounting Evidence that May Explain Military Surgical Errors

September 28, 2020

According to US News, interviews conducted with more than two dozen active-duty and retired military surgeons have found mounting evidence that military surgical readiness is fraying fast: There are severe shortages of skilled surgeons, especially trauma surgeons, on active duty and in the reserves. Army field hospitals “are not staffed with appropriate specialty capabilities for a…

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Navy Police Officer Alleges Virginia Military Hospital Malpractice

September 26, 2020

A navy police officer has allegedly suffered medical malpractice at a military hospital in Portsmouth, Virginia. Alleged Medical Malpractice in Portsmouth Virginia According to CPR,Colorado Public Radio, Ryan Adams, a Navy police officer was stationed in Virginia when he underwent surgery at a military hospital in Portsmouth. Adams’s hernia surgery was supposed to be a routine…

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Military Medication Errors: NCBI Study Discusses Causes of Medication Errors

September 24, 2020

NCBI reported data relating to causes of medication errors in the US US Medication Error Statistics According to NCBI, the National Center for Biotechnology Information, 7,000 to 9,000 people die each year in the United States as a result of medication errors. Nearly 75% of these medication errors can be attributed to health care providers being…

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Veteran Alleges Cancer Misdiagnosis at a Military Facility Delayed Treatment

September 19, 2020

According to VT Digger, a Vermont Newspaper, Veteran Wesley Black has filed a military medical malpractice lawsuit against the White River Junction VA Medical Center. After Black had gone to the medical center in 2013 for intestinal issues, he was diagnosed with irritable bowel syndrome without receiving any tests. Again in 2014 and then 2016, Black…

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Army Reserve Captain and Mother of Two Alleges She Suffered Military Misdiagnosis of Cancer

September 17, 2020

According to the Tampa Bay Times, Jessica Purcell, a captain in the Army Reserve, was pregnant with her first child when she first noticed a swollen lymph node under her left arm. After seeking care at a MacDill Air Force Base clinic in 2017, health-care providers told Purcell that it was likely an infection or something…

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