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Active Duty Military Unable to File Malpractice Claims After Care at Military Hospitals and Clinics Due to Feres Doctrine

There are some laws that just don’t make sense. The Feres Doctrine is one of them. This doctrine is a federal law under which active-duty military personnel are prohibited from suing the U.S. government for injuries related to military service “even if gross negligence was the cause,” according to Medical News Today. Even more egregious…

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Handling Virginia Beach, VA & Norfolk Medical Malpractice Claims

As Virginia Beach and Norfolk, Virginia (VA) medical malpractice lawyers with over one hundred combined years of legal experience, we are familiar with the local practices that govern medical malpractice claims in Virginia Beach, Norfolk and the surrounding areas of Chesapeake, Suffolk, Portsmouth, Hampton, Newport News, Virginia and beyond, as we have filed injury suits in virtually every court in the area on behalf of Virginia Beach/Norfolk medical malpractice victims. (Note: we have also represented Eastern Shore, VA and Outer Banks, North Carolina (NC) victims of medical negligence/errors.)

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