Who Can Sue the U.S. Government for Injuries? A Legal Primer

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Anyone who is injured at a federal government facility - or injured anywhere in the United States by an employee of the U.S. government - needs to know about the Federal Tort Claims Act. This primer discusses who can and cannot sue -- active duty military personnel, for example, cannot sue for themselves, but can sue on behalf of an injured family member -- and also talks about the administrative claim requirements of the law. We have more comprehensive information about the FTCA and especially about malpractice claims against the See more +
Anyone who is injured at a federal government facility - or injured anywhere in the United States by an employee of the U.S. government - needs to know about the Federal Tort Claims Act. This primer discusses who can and cannot sue -- active duty military personnel, for example, cannot sue for themselves, but can sue on behalf of an injured family member -- and also talks about the administrative claim requirements of the law. We have more comprehensive information about the FTCA and especially about malpractice claims against the U.S. military and veterans medical systems, on our website here: http://www.patrickmalonelaw.com/what-we-do/medical-malpractice/military-malpractice/the-federal-tort-claims-act/. See less -
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