If you are the victim of an injury that is the fault of a US federal employee in the United States you can bring a claim under the Federal Tort Claims Act (FTCA). Suing the federal government under the FTCA involves an administrative process as well as a lawsuit in federal court. If you are the victim of an injury that is the fault of a US federal employee outside the United States you may be able to bring a claim under the Military Claims Act. There is no right to sue in court under the MCA.
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- Johnny and I couldn’t be happier with the medical malpractice case resolution and the security that the settlement you negotiated brings to our family, especially our baby daughter. We are loving being parents, still getting use to feedings, lack of sleep, diapers, etc., – but all so rewarding and worth it beyond words. Take care and thanks for everything you have done for us!
Joan D.Peter is a very good attorney who is well versed in the Military Medical Malpractice field. He handled my case with his expertise along with his compassionate, caring and considerate manner. I was seeking answers as to what caused my husband’s death. Throughout the year long legal process, Peter guided me through the steps to provide all the pertinent information and medical records as well as explaining what I should expect regarding how long the process would take and his anticipated outcome. As a result of his expert handling of my case, he was able to obtain much of the missing information as well as a financial settlement. This was a very traumatic experience for me, yet with Peter’s support and encouragement, we prevailed with a positive settlement of my case. I would encourage anyone in need of legal support to contact Peter, you will have a very positive experience.