How Is a VA Medical Malpractice Claim Different From Other Medical Malpractice Claim
Military medical malpractice claims are different because they have a notice deadline that has to be met early in the case within two years of the date that you think there was harm, and then also they’re not jury trials they’re actually trials by a judge in federal court, you need to make sure that you have lawyers who know the federal rules and have experience trying cases in federal court in front of judges because that’s where you’ll be playing.
If you miss the deadline and don’t give the government notice you can’t pursue your claim or the claim for your loved one so it’s really important that you go to experience council early so that they can write up the detailed claim that they can put the facts in and the theories into the form that the government makes you file and that you can ask for the right amount, all those things are critical to protecting your rights.
At Bertram Law Group, if you have a military malpractice case, I work with doctors and my nurse to put together the form that has to be filed to make sure that we cover every base for you and protect your claims.
If you have question or want more information please call 202-933-6639 or email Ms. Bertram to learn more.