Trips to any hospitals, including hospitals and medical centers run by the United States Navy can result in substantial harm when Navy Hospital Medical Malpractice occurs. We represent service members, veterans and their families in a wide range of Federal Tort Claim Act (FTCA) cases against Navy hospitals or government hospital medical malpractice across the country.
Navy Hospital Medical malpractice can result in a number of injuries including:
- Brain injuries
- Spinal injuries
- Failure to diagnose disease or cancer
- Wrongful death
- Delayed diagnosis
- Misdiagnosis of disease or cancer
- Birth injuries
- Surgical neglect
Naval Medical Centers where Medical Malpractice can Occur
There are some Naval Medical Centers across the country where medical neglect may occur:
- Branch Health Clinic Fort Worth – Fort Worth, Texas
- Branch Health Clinic Ingleside – Ingleside, Texas
- Branch Health Clinic Kingsville – Kingsville, Texas
- Naval Health Clinic New England Newport – Newport, Rhode Island
- Naval Health Clinic Quantico – Quantico, Virginia
- Naval Hospital Beaufort – Beaufort, South Carolina
- Naval Hospital Bremerton – Bremerton, Washington
- Naval Hospital Camp Lejeune – Camp Lejeune, North Carolina
- Naval Hospital Camp Pendleton – Camp Pendleton, California
- Naval Hospital Jacksonville – Jacksonville, Florida
- Naval Hospital Lemoore – Lemoore, California
- Naval Hospital Oak Harbor – Oak Harbor, Washington
- Naval Hospital Pensacola – Pensacola, Florida
- Naval Medical Clinic Pearl Harbor – Naval Station Pearl Harbor, Hawaii
- Naval Reserve Fleet Hospital Great Lakes – Naval Station Great Lakes, Illinois
For a complete list of Navy Hospitals and clinics, go to http://www.ushospital.info/Navy.htm.
How do I sue the Navy Medical Malpractice?
When filing suit against the government for injuries from medical malpractice at a military hospital, individuals must follow the strict rules of the FTCA.
- File a Form 95 with the correct federal agency.
- In the Form 95, state the nature of your claim and the sum of the damages sought.
- File the Form 95 within two years of the negligence.
Once the Form 95 has been filed with the appropriate federal agency, you must work with the agency to resolve your claim. If the claim cannot be resolved with the federal agency, you have the option of filing suit after the prescribed waiting period, so long as you file within the appropriate limitations period.
The attorneys of the Law Office of Mynor E. Rodriguez P.C. have years of trial and administrative experience. We are here to assist you with this technical process. Please contact us if you or a loved one has suffered medical malpractice at a Navy hospital or clinic. Contact us now. Don’t wait until it is too late.