Michigan Military Personal Injury Lawyers

Top Michigan Injury Attorneys Helping Civilians and Active Military Personnel

Personal injuries can include many types of incidents. Whether it was a vehicle accident, a slip and fall, an injury obtained during a military drill gone wrong, or some other incident or wrongful death, the Federal Tort Claims Act (FTCA) is there to provide a means of obtaining relief for the victims.

While active duty military personnel have traditionally been barred from using the FTCA under the Feres doctrine, it should be noted that at least one circuit court has rejected the doctrine so the law may be open to interpretation.

If you have suffered an injury related to the military or the government, contact the attorneys of McKeen & Associates by calling 866-585-1076 or by contacting us online. We can help you determine if you might have a compensable claim and then go about helping you prove your claim and collect the compensation you deserve.

If You Are the Spouse of Active Military Personnel

If you are the spouse of a member of the military on active duty, the Feres doctrine would generally not apply. Admittedly, this is a murky area of the law, and you would be best served by retaining a lawyer with a thorough understanding of the Federal Tort Claims Act, of military-related personal injury, and of the Feres doctrine. McKeen & Associates is a team of attorneys with just that experience.

A Record of Accomplishment

Our lawyers have successfully handled thousands of personal injury and medical malpractice cases. We strongly believe in the type of work we do and we have a track record that includes multi-million dollar verdicts to our credit. If you have been injured, we can help you deal with the situation you are facing and help you fight to obtain the fair compensation you deserve.

McKeen & Associates is located in Detroit, Michigan, and handles military personal injury cases nationwide. Call us at 866-585-1076 or contact us online to discuss your case and how we might go about resolving it. Your first consultation is free.