Category: Military Medical Malpractice

Can Active Duty Sue the Military for Medical Malpractice?

July 26, 2021 | Medical Malpractice

This article was originally published in Sept 2020 but was updated in July 2021 for accuracy and relevance.  Military personnel and their dependents seeking treatment from a doctor at a military facility have a...

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Hundreds of Doctors Fired by VA May Still Be Treating Veterans

March 12, 2021 | Military Medical Malpractice

Given the sacrifices they’ve made for our country, veterans, at the very least, deserve high-quality medical care and attention. Unfortunately, it appears many veterans are actually being treated by doctors who’ve been fired by...

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Do I Need a Military Medical Malpractice Injury Lawyer?

Veterans and military personnel deserve qualified and compassionate medical care just like everyone else. But when the medical system fails them, it can be challenging for them to pursue a medical malpractice claim against...

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Can I Sue the Military for Over-Prescription of Pain Medication?

Addiction and abuse of pain medications – particularly opioids – has become a serious health crisis in the United States. As such, much of this crisis is believed to have been fostered by the...

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Military Birth Injury Lawsuits: What You Need to Know

January 8, 2021 | Birth Injury

Military birth injury lawsuits involve complex federal laws and medical malpractice principles. The injury team at Bertram Law Group has prepared this guide to explain what you need to know about these types of...

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Pentagon Plans to Downsize Number of Military Healthcare Facilities

October 8, 2020 | In the Community

Military families and retirees across the country, including some nearby in Virginia and Maryland, would lose access to military hospitals and clinics under a Department of Defense (DOD) plan, according to a report from...

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How to File a Military Medical Malpractice Claim

September 30, 2020 | Military Medical Malpractice

The U.S. Department of Defense (DOD) bears responsibility for providing medical care to our troops. However, when military doctors and other military medical providers commit negligent medical errors in treating service members, filing a...

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