Case Results Against the Army, Navy, Air Force, and the Department of Veterans Affairs

Archuleta Law Firm has achieved three of the largest judgements and three of the largest settlements in the 70+ year history of the Federal Tort Claims Act (FTCA).

We help Veterans and Service Members Win FTCA Cases.

If you or a loved one has been injured as a result of medical negligence at a military or VA medical facility or hospital, the military medical malpractice lawyers at Archuleta Law Firm can help. Service members, Veterans, and military families are often left with not only physical pain or loss but also financial and emotional burdens that take months or years to resolve.

The Archuleta Law Firm is here to make sure you won’t need to deal with this challenging time alone. Our military medical malpractice attorneys have helped thousands of clients get their lives back on track after an injury or loss. We have the resources and experience required to help you pursue the justice and compensation you deserve. Our fees are straight forward. There is no fee if no recovery.

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

We handle all types of Military Medical Malpractice cases. Your case may fall under one of the following categories:

Video Transcript

I’ve handled many different kinds of cases under the Federal Tort Claims Act in the last 25 years. Birth Injury and Cerebral Palsy Cases, which are some of the most catastrophic cases that a lawyer can handle. I’ve also handled Brain Injury cases of adults and children, Spinal Cord Injury cases, Paralysis cases and Wrongful Death cases—that’s one of the things that hurts families the most is when a family member dies and they shouldn’t have. Misdiagnoses, Failure to Diagnose, we even handle accidents and serious injuries caused by government employees. Surgical Mishaps, there’s all kinds of cases. Anytime a government employee is negligent and causes injury or death to someone there is potential for a Federal Tort Claims Act claim.

— Dr. Michael Archuleta