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Federal Tort Claims Act Standard Form 95

The Standard Form 95 (often called a “Form 95”) is the official U.S. Government form for filing a federal tort claim against the United States Government and its agencies for veterans and military medical malpractice. What is a Standard Form 95? The Standard Form 95 is a U.S. Government form used for filing a federal

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Considering an FTCA Claim? Client Do’s and Don’ts

Your actions before coming to a medical malpractice attorney or VA malpractice attorney can sometimes make or break your Federal Tort Claims Act (FTCA) medical malpractice case. Here are a few things you should do, and NOT do, before you even contact an attorney. DO’S: DO gather all military and private medical records related

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Winning a Military or VA Medical Malpractice Case by Building a Team of Experts

In federal court, to win a military medical malpractice or VA medical malpractice case, the plaintiff must prove that the government health care providers acted negligently. To prove negligence, the plaintiff must establish that the military medical providers breached the standard of care, and that breach caused the plaintiff’s injuries. In every lawsuit, our

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