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Americans often hear about the numbers of military service members who are injured or killed in action. Less well known is the fact that countless veterans are receiving poor medical treatment at Veterans Administration facilities nationwide. If it’s happened to you or a loved one, you may have the right to hold the VA accountable for its negligence.
Military medical malpractice claims can be tricky. Both federal and state laws come into play. There are also strict time limits and other criteria that must be met in order to bring a claim to court. Let the experienced medical negligence attorneys at Powers & Santola, LLP, assist you. We can help you navigate the bureaucracy and build a strong case on your behalf.
To learn more about how a VA medical malpractice lawyer can help with your claim, please contact our offices in Syracuse, Albany or Rochester by calling us or filling out our online contact form.
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