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VA & Military Medical Malpractice Case Results

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The law firm you choose may be the most important decision you ever make about your case.

Dr. Michael Archuleta

The law firm you choose may be the most important decision you ever make about your case.

Dr. Michael Archuleta

Cases Against The U.S. Government

Below are just a few examples of our success
Cases Against The U.S. Government
Below are just a few examples of our success

$4,900,000 Settlement

Brain Injured Children

$3,898,599 received by clients

Attorney's fees of $1,001,400

Army

$13,690,648 Judgement Awarded At Trial

One of the Largest FTCA Verdicts and Settlements in History

Brown v. United States

$12,500,000 post trial settlement

$9,183,752 received by clients

Attorney's fees of $3,125,000 and litigation expenses of $191,248

Navy - Tennessee

$3,000,000 Settlement

A Large FTCA Settlement in a Birth Injury Case

Carman v. United States

$2,322,359 received by clients

Attorney's fees of $600,000 and litigation expenses of $77,641

Navy - Virginia, Texas

$2,150,000 Settlement

A Large FTCA Settlement in a Failure to Diagnose and Wrongful Death Case

Cloer v. United States

$1,492,813 received by clients

Attorney's fees of $537,500 and litigation expenses of $119,687

Army - Blanchfield Army Community Hospital, Tennessee

$44,717,681 Judgement Awarded At Trial

One of the Largest FTCA Verdicts in History

Dickerson v. United States

$20,000,000 awarded on appeal

$15,752,732 received by clients

Attorney's fees of $5,311,982 and litigation expenses of $232,364

Air Force - Texas

$18,708,734 Judgement Awarded At Trial

One of the Largest FTCA Verdicts and Settlements in History

Dominguez v. United States

$12,000,000 post trial settlement

$8,704,761 received by clients

Attorney's fees of $3,000,000 and litigation expenses of $295,238

Army - Texas

$10,000,000 Settlement

A Large FTCA Birth Injury Settlement

Guill v. United States

$7,384,854 received by clients

Attorney's fees of $2,500,000 and litigation expenses of $115,143

Army - Washington, Missouri

$1,800,000 Settlement

A Large FTCA Settlement in a Surgical Mishap (Hip/Sciatic Nerve) Case

Hedgpeth v. United States

$1,315,992 received by clients

Attorney's fees of $450,000 and litigation expenses of $34,007

Veteran's Affairs - Oregon

$1,625,000 Judgement Awarded At Trial

A Large FTCA Verdict in a Failure to Diagnose and Treat Case

Hogans v. United States

$1,067,624 received by clients

Attorney's fees of $418,248 and litigation expenses of $227,001

Army - Washington, Georgia, Texas

$2,300,000 Settlement

A Large FTCA Settlement in a Birth Injury/Brain Injury Case

Holweger v. United States

$1,623,930 received by clients

Attorney's fees of $575,000 and litigation expenses of $101,070

Navy - Virginia

$2,300,000 Settlement

A Large FTCA Settlement in a Birth Injury Case/Brain Injury Case

Holweger v. United States

$1,623,930 received by clients

Attorney's fees of $575,000 and litigation expenses of $101,070

Navy - Virginia

$5,800,000 Settlement

A Large FTCA Settlement in a Birth Injury/Brain Injury Case

Humble v. United States

$4,106,711 received by clients

Attorney's fees of $1,450,000 and litigation expenses of $33,666

Army - Darnall Army Community Hospital, Ft. Hood, Texas

$2,247,280 Judgement Awarded At Trial

A Large FTCA Verdict in a Brachial Plexus Injury (Erb’s Palsy) Case

Jackson v. United States

$2,100,000 post trial settlement

$1,597,500 received by clients

Attorney's fees of $532,500 and litigation expenses of $63,100

Army - Texas

$32,676,410 Judgement Awarded At Trial

One of the Largest FTCA Verdicts in History

Lebron v. United States

$23,250,000 awarded on appeal

$18,967,710 received by clients

Attorney's fees of $6,374,611 and litigation expenses of $203,577

Army - Puerto Rico, Texas

$1,000,000 Settlement

A Large FTCA Settlement in a Failure to Diagnose (Cancer) Case

Owen v. United States

$701,790 received by clients

Attorney's fees of $250,000 and litigation expenses of $48,209

Army - Texas

$2,000,000 Settlement

A Large FTCA Settlement for a Brain-Injured Adult

Richardson v. United States

$1,432,118 received by clients

Attorney's fees of $500,000

Veteran's Administration - Audie L. Murphy VA Hospital, Texas

$2,000,000 Settlement

A Large FTCA Settlement in a Surgical Mishap (Gallbladder Removal) Case

Shurtz v. United States

$1,433,500 received by clients

Attorney's fees of $500,000 and litigation expenses of $66,500

Navy - Florida

$10,000,000 Settlement

One of the Largest FTCA Settlements in history

Van Voris v. United States

$6,525,317 received by clients

Attorney's fees of $2,500,000 and litigation expenses of $280,559

Army - Texas

$1,560,000 Settlement

A Large FTCA Settlement in a Negligent Back Surgery Case

White v. United States

$1,133,963 received by clients

Attorney's fees of $390,000 and litigation expenses of $36,037

Veteran's Affairs - Texas

$1,000,000 Settlement

A Large FTCA Settlement for a Brain-Injured Adult

Minchow v. United States

$746,176 received by clients

Attorney's fees of $250,000 and litigation expenses of $3,824

Veteran's Administration - Texas

$4,500,000 Settlement

A Large FTCA Settlement in a Birth Injury Case

White v. United States

$3,172,468 received by clients

Attorney's fees of $1,125,000 and litigation expenses of $202,531

Army - Washington, Georgia

$2,500,000 Settlement

A Large FTCA Settlement in a Wrongful Death Case

Whittlesey v. United States

$1,808,041 received by clients

Attorney's fees of $625,000 and litigation expenses of $66,958

Army - Tennessee

Achieved Three of the Largest Judgments—and Three of the Largest
Settlements—in the 70+ year history of the FTCA

We handle all types of VA & Military Medical Malpractice cases. Your case
may fall under one of the following categories:

Achieved Three of the Largest Judgments—and Three of the Largest
Settlements—in the 70+ year history of the FTCA

We handle all types of VA & Military Medical Malpractice cases. Your case
may fall under one of the following categories:

Video Transcript

Before I went to law school I completed medical school and I completed an internship, and I’m a licensed physician, which makes me a medical doctor. And that has been one of the most important things that I have done in my life and in my career because it helped tremendously in the career path that I have chosen in handling military and veterans medical malpractice cases.
Because I am a physician, I am able to pick up a set of medical records and I can read and understand what’s in the medical records. Non-physicians may not be able to do that. And as a result, I may not have to send out a set of records to an outside physician to look at and wait for them to tell me what’s in the medical records.

Dr. Michael Archuleta