Army Medical Malpractice

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The lawyers at the Archuleta Law Firm have a long history of helping the families of Army personnel who have suffered from military medical malpractice and negligence. While active duty Army personnel are not eligible to file a claim, their family members are eligible. However, as an active duty Army personnel you are eligible to file a claim on the behalf of your family member that has suffered from medical malpractice and negligence in a military facility.

The Archuleta Law Firm has successfully handled numerous cases under the Federal Tort Claims Act (FTCA) throughout the United States.


Achieved Three of the Largest Judgments – and Three of the Largest Settlements – in the 65+ year history of the FTCA

Below are just a few examples of our success

Birth Injury & Cerebral Palsy Cases

$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
Attorneys’ fees of $6,374,611 and litigation expenses of $203,577
Army — Puerto Rico, 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
Attorneys’ 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
$7,384854 Received by Clients
$2,500,000 Attorneys’ Fees and $115,143.23 Case Expenses
Army — Washington, Missouri
$5,800,000 Settlement
A Large FTCA Settlement in a Birth Injury Brain Injury Case
Humble v. United States
$4,106,711.68 Received by Clients
Attorneys’ fees (including co-counsel) of $1,450,000 and litigation expenses of $33,666.12
Darnall Army Community Hospital, Ft. Hood, Texas
Army — Texas
$4,500,000 Settlement
A Large FTCA settlement in a Birth Injury Case
White v. United States
$3,172,468 received by Clients
Attorneys’ fees of $1,125,000 and litigation expenses of $202,531
Army — Washington, Georgia
$2,247,280 Judgment 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
Attorneys’ fees of $532,500 and litigation expenses of $63,100
Army — Texas

Brain Injury & Head Injury Cases

$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
Darnall Army Community Hospital, Ft. Hood, Texas
Army — Utah, Texas
$5,800,000 Settlement
A Large FTCA Settlement in a Birth Injury Brain Injury Case
Humble v. United States
$4,106,711.68 Received by Clients
Attorneys’ fees (including co-counsel) of $1,450,000 and litigation expenses of $33,666.12
Darnall Army Community Hospital, Ft. Hood, Texas
Army — Texas
$4,500,000 Settlement
A Large FTCA settlement in a Birth Injury Case
White v. United States
$3,172,468 received by Clients
Attorneys’ fees of $1,125,000 and litigation expenses of $202,531
Army — Washington, Georgia
$1,625,000 Judgment 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

Wrongful Death Cases

$2,500,000 Settlement
A Large FTCA settlement in a Wrongful Death case
Whittlesey v. United States
$1,808,041 Received by Clients
Attorneys’ fees of $625,000 and litigation expenses of $66,958
Army — Tennessee
$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
Attorneys’ fees of $537,500 and $119,687 in case expenses
Blanchfield Army Community Hospital
Army — Tennessee

Misdiagnosis & Failure to Diagnose Cases

$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

 

 

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Video Transcript
One of the primary misconceptions that we’ve heard clients say many times is that they were told that the government couldn’t be sued. Or that the army, navy, air force, veteran’s affairs department could not be sued, because they were the federal government. And that’s not true in all cases.

Often times people come to our law firm and think that there’s no possibility of them having a case against the federal government and we’re able to make a recovery for that. Dr. Michael Archuleta

 

 

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