Kentucky Military Medical Malpractice Attorneys

At National Trial Law, we thank and salute military service members and veterans for all that they do for our country. That’s why we are so passionate about helping and representing military service members who were injured due to military medical malpractice in Kentucky.

Did you go to a military hospital or an on-base clinic and suffer an injury or illness due to a medical error? You could have the option to demand compensation through a military medical malpractice claim or Federal Tort Claims Act case. Our lawyers would be honored to navigate these processes for you.

National Trial Law can work on military medical malpractice claims that involve:

  • Birth injuries and labor and delivery errors
  • Delayed diagnoses and cancer misdiagnoses
  • Failure to diagnose or treat a stroke
  • Surgical errors that cause severe injury
  • Brain and spine injuries
  • Unsafe or wrong prescription medications
  • Failing to prevent falls in high-risk patients
  • Inadequate hospital care
  • Wrongful death caused by medical malpractice
  • And other serious medical issues

To learn more about filing a Kentucky military medical malpractice case with our help, dial (833) 913-1885 at any time.

record-setting case results
  • $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

Military Bases in Kentucky

In Kentucky, the U.S. Department of the Army is the only branch of the Armed Forces with established military bases. Our lawyers are familiar with how the U.S. Army responds to military medical malpractice cases and Federal Tort Claims. If you were hurt due to medical malpractice at one of Kentucky’s Army bases, then we would like to hear from you as soon as possible.

The three U.S. Army bases in Kentucky are:

  • Fort Campbell Army Base in Hopkinsville
  • Fort Knox Army Base in Hardin
  • Blue Grass Army Depot Base in Richmond

In recent years, the U.S. Department of the Army has had a swath of complaints and lawsuits filed against it for military medical malpractice. If you were harmed by a medical error on an Army base in Kentucky, then it is the right time to speak up and see if you can be compensated for your losses. Claims against the federal government usually have a very brief statute of limitations, so dial (833) 913-1885 without delay.

Suing the U.S. Military

Bringing a claim for negligence against the U.S. Armed Forces or another federal branch of the government in Kentucky is complicated. You will not be able to bring a traditional lawsuit right away, as you might if you were injured by any other party. Instead, you will need to start with a Federal Tort Claims Act (FTCA) case, which our military medical malpractice lawyers can handle from start to finish.

Under the FTCA, to file a military medical malpractice claim in Kentucky, these steps must be taken:

  1. Collect medical records and medical bill statements related to the treatment that went wrong or otherwise involved medical malpractice.
  2. Create a journal to detail the symptoms and hardships that you endure on a day-to-day basis, which can make it simpler for our attorneys to detail and calculate the damages owed to you.
  3. Complete and file a Standard Form 95 before the FTCA two-year statute of limitations ends. Form 95 is essentially an administrative method to request compensation for your losses, similar to a claim or lawsuit.
  4. If no settlement is negotiated or the Form 95 is denied, then the next step will be to consider filing a Federal Tort Claims lawsuit in federal court. There is a shorter six-month statute of limitations to take this step, though.

Real Client testimonials

  • Helped me navigate an extremely complex system

    “I couldn’t recommend her enough.”

  • Very impressed

    “She always responded quickly and kept me informed at all times.”

  • Instantly put us at ease.

    “Words cannot fully express the amount of gratitude that we have for the both of you.”

  • The entire team was always professional and supportive.

    “Chip was always there to answer questions, calm me down and let me know everything was going to be okay!”

  • We are truly grateful for Jamal and his team

    “After a long and lengthy process we feel secure in that we will be able to provide everything our son needs and deserves through the trusts that they set up for him.”

We Can Help in Many Ways

You don’t have to sort through your options alone after suffering from military medical malpractice at a military base or military hospital in Kentucky. Let National Trial Law and our highly experienced attorneys help you from start to finish. You don’t need to worry about the cost of hiring our talented team, either. The FTCA limits attorney fees for such cases to 25% of any settlement or judgment, and we don’t charge attorney fees unless we end your case favorably for you.

When we are working on your Kentucky military medical malpractice case, we can help by:

  • Drafting the Form 95 and filing it before the statute of limitations ends.
  • Responding to any questions from the U.S. Department of the Army.
  • Entering settlement negotiations on your behalf.
  • Preparing a Federal Tort Claim lawsuit to be filed in federal court if a settlement isn’t reached.
  • Staying by your side and offering genuine moral support during this challenging process.

    More attorneys named Super Lawyers by Thomson Reuters in the “Personal Injury Medical Malpractice: Plaintiff” category in 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019, 2020, 2021, 2022, and 2023 than any other law firm in Texas (Bill Whitehurst, Chip Brees, Michelle Cheng, Jamal Alsaffar, Laurie Higginbotham and Tom Jacob)


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    Many experienced lawyers ready to serve you.


    Our team has multiple Spanish speaking staff members.

Please Call National Trial Law Now for Any Questions

You deserve compensation and justice after suffering from military medical malpractice in Kentucky. Allow National Trial Law to be the legal team that helps you pursue the right outcome for your case. While we get to work, you can rest and take care of yourself and your family.

Let us tell you more about your legal options. Contact us today to request an initial consultation with our Kentucky military hospital malpractice attorneys.

  • Super Lawyers 2023
  • Austin Monthly’s Top Attorneys of 2022
  • Outstanding 50 Year Lawyer Award 2022 – Texas Bar Foundation Awards
  • – “Best Personal Injury Lawyers in Austin 2022”

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