Veterans Medical Malpractice

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The Archuleta Law Firm has a long history of helping Veterans and their families who have suffered from medical malpractice and negligence.

We have successfully handled numerous VA 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 70+ year history of the FTCA

Below are just a few examples of our success

Brain Injury Cases

$2,000,000 Settlement
A Large FTCA Settlement for a Brain-Injured Adult
Richardson v. United States
$1,432,118 received by clients
Attorneys’ fees of $500,000, case expenses of $43,227, and attorney ad litem fees of $24,000
Audie L. Murphy VA Hospital
Veterans Affairs — Texas
$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
Veterans Affairs — Oregon

Accident, Serious Injury and Negligence Cases

$1,000,000 Settlement
A Large FTCA Settlement for a Brain-Injured Adult
Minchow v. United States
$746,176 received by clients
Attorneys’ fees of $250,000 and in case expenses of $3,824
Veterans Affairs — Texas

Surgical Mishap Cases

$1,560,000 Settlement
A Large FTCA Settlement in a Negligent Back Surgery Case
White v. United States
$1,133,963 received by client
Attorneys’ fees of $390,000 and litigation expenses of $36,037
Veterans Affairs — Texas

 

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Video Transcript
Veterans have served this country honorably and one of their benefits is veterans medical care. When that veteran’s medical care falls to the level of malpractice, I have a passion to help those veterans.

When someone is injured or killed by malpractice at a veterans facility, it doesn’t affect just them. It affects their entire family. Our law firm represents families in claims against the Veterans Administration when the Veterans Administration was negligent and caused injury or death to their loved one. Dr. Michael Archuleta