California Military Medical Malpractice Lawyers
When Military Hospitals & Doctors Cause Malpractice
Did you receive medical treatment at a military hospital or an on-base medical center in California? Did something about your treatment go wrong, resulting in your injury or worsened condition? You might have been injured by military medical malpractice and you might have a chance to set things right with the help of National Trial Law.
Our California military medical malpractice attorneys are here to help you understand your rights as an injured party and what to do to use them. In a military medical malpractice case, a Federal Tort Claims Act (FTCA) case will be needed, so you’ll want to work with a law firm experienced in this specific area of the law, like ours. To make things even easier for you, we have familiarized our FTCA team with all types of military medical malpractice case, so you don’t need to look far and wide for the right law firm to help you.
California military medical malpractice cases that we can work on include the following and more:
- Birth injuries and labor and delivery errors
- Brain and spine injuries
- Kidney failure
- Delayed diagnoses and cancer misdiagnoses
- Failure to diagnose or treat a stroke
- Inadequate hospital care
- Surgical errors that cause severe injury
- Unsafe or wrong prescription medications
- Wrongful death caused by medical malpractice
Talk to our team today. Please call (833) 913-1885 to request an initial consultation.
- $7,860,000 Settlement Army Hospital Birth Injury
- $6,500,000 Settlement Air Force Hospital Birth Injury
- $5,800,000 Settlement Army Hospital Birth Injury
- $5,117,473.50 Trial Judgment Air Force Hospital Medical Malpractice
- $5,000,000 Settlement Army Hospital Failure to Diagnose
- $5,000,000 Settlement Army Hospital Failure to Diagnose
Our military medical malpractice attorneys can handle cases originating from a medical mistake at any military or VA hospital in California. We are familiar with military bases up and down the state, as well as the U.S. Departments that head them, such as the Army, Navy, and Marines.
Were you injured due to a medical mistake at one of these military bases or military hospitals?
- Beale Air Force Base in Marysville
- Edwards Air Force Base in Edwards
- Los Angeles Air Force Base in El Segundo
- Travis Air Force Base in Fairfield
- Fort Irwin Army Base in Barstow
- Camp Roberts Army Base in Monterey
- Tracen Petaluma Coast Guard Base in Petaluma
- Los Alamitos Joint Forces Training Base in Los Alamitos
- Camp Pendleton Marine Corps Base in San Diego
- Marine Corps Air Station Miramar Marine Corps Base in San Diego
- Twentynine Palms Marine Corps Base in San Bernardino County
- Naval Base Coronado Navy Base in San Diego
- Point Loma Navy Base in San Diego
- Naval Medical Center Navy Base in San Diego
- Naval Hospital Pendleton Navy Base at Camp Pendleton
- David Grant Medical Center at Travis AFB
We handle cases throughout CA, including:
Call us at (833) 913-1885 now if you were hurt due to a medical mistake at any military base or military hospital in California. The sooner that we can work on your case, the better.
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If a medical provider hurts you due to inadequate medical care, then you would probably want to file an injury claim in civil court right away. However, if that medical provider was a member of or worked for the U.S. Armed Forces, VA hospital, or other federal hospital, then you can’t use the typical methods of seeking compensation. You will have to use a Standard Form 95 to start an administrative claim to request compensation based on the “sum certain” total of your losses.
Our California military medical malpractice lawyers from National Trial Law are closely familiar with the specialized processes of these case types. Depend on our highly experienced and knowledgeable team, especially when your case involves such unique requirements.
Four steps to an average FTCA military medical malpractice claim in California are:
- Collecting your medical records and related documents to track how the injury happened and how much it has cost you in medical expenses.
- Writing a daily journal to detail your symptoms and conditions caused by the injury or illness, so we can detail how your life has changed due to military medical malpractice.
- Sending a Standard Form 95 within the two-year statute of limitations on FTCA claims. We can fill out and file this form for you if you’re our client.
- Negotiating a settlement to reach a fair sum certain total. If no fair settlement offer is provided by the federal government, then we can discuss the steps needed to file an FTCA lawsuit in federal court. This lawsuit must be started within six months of when your original FTCA claim was denied.
FTCA Claims for Military Veterans
Are you a military veteran and were hurt by the medical mistakes of a doctor at a VA hospital or clinic? You have the right to use an FTCA claim to pursue justice and compensation. The FTCA allows current military service members, reservists, veterans, and their families to file claims for military medical malpractice.
Compensation in Your FTCA Case
The compensation owed to you after being injured by VA or military medical malpractice could vary, depending on the specifics of your case. Overall, the FTCA will consider the potential compensation similarly to how a medical malpractice case would be handled in state civil court. However, as mentioned, the damages must be calculated and reported as the “sum certain” total in the Form 95. This amount can be calculated by our attorneys for you, so you don’t have to worry about the math that goes into determining economic and non-economic losses.
Damages in an FTCA case can include the following and more:
- Medical costs
- Lost wages
- Pain and suffering
- Physical impairment
No damages cap is placed on these cases by the FTCA, but any state law damage caps that apply in California will apply to your case. Also, the FTCA limits attorney fees to no more than 25% of the recovered damages, which makes our highly experienced counsel highly affordable.
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National Trial Law can guide you through the specifics and complexities of an FTCA case filed for military medical malpractice in California. Leave a case as important as yours up to a team as experienced as ours.
We can take care of every part of your case, such as:
- Drafting and presenting the Form 95.
- Answering questions from the federal government.
- Negotiating for fair compensation.
- Preparing a federal lawsuit if it is advised by your lawyer.
- Making sure you feel heard and respected as your case progresses.
Our law firm offers contingency fee agreements to FTCA and military medical malpractice claimants, too. Under this type of payment agreement, you won’t have to pay any attorney fees unless we successfully recover compensation for you.
Call Today to Speak with Our Team
Talk to our California military medical malpractice attorneys today by dialing (833) 913-1885. Tell us what happened and how you think subpar medical treatment at a military hospital or clinic caused you to suffer an injury or illness. During an initial consultation, we can help you decide if you want to pursue your case, such as by filing a Form 95. Remember that the statute of limitations will stop you from taking any legal action once it expires, so don’t hesitate to reach out today.
Contact our National Trial Law now to learn more about FTCA cases for VA and military medical malpractice in California.