Michigan FTCA Form 95 Lawyers
When an employee of the U.S. government injures someone through malpractice or negligence, the Federal Tort Claims Act (FTCA) is typically the statute that permits a claim to be brought against the government. This claim is typically commenced by filing a Standard Form 95, or SF 95.
The Standard Form 95 is relatively simple to fill out, and sometimes this deceives the injured person or family member into underappreciating its importance. The SF 95 is a legal document that formally commences a claim against the U.S. government, and the information written by the claimant will be scrutinized at all stages of the Federal Tort Claims Act process. It carries great legal significance and may be the difference between prevailing and failing.
The Federal Tort Claims Act attorneys at McKeen & Associates can help people achieve the best possible outcome with their claims, beginning with Standard Form 95. If you believe that you or a family member has a medical malpractice or negligence claim against the U.S. government, call 866-585-1076 or contact us online to explore your legal options with an experienced Michigan FTCA lawyer.
Injured Military Personnel And SF 95
When a member of the armed forces is injured by negligence or medical malpractice committed by an employee of the government, the claim often arises under the Federal Tort Claims Act. However, in situations where the negligence or malpractice occurred outside of the U.S., the Military Claims Act [future link] (MCA) is often the body of law that permits a claim to be brought against the government.
At McKeen & Associates, our military personal injury attorneys are adept at helping servicepeople with Standard Form 95 and the entire MCA process. Making a mistake early in the process can doom a claim, either early on or farther down the road. Our Michigan Military Claims Act lawyers help clients avoid the many pitfalls of injury claims against the U.S. government.
Contact us to speak with an experienced military medical malpractice lawyer. We understand the difficult nature of FTCA and MCA claims and take pride in serving members of the armed forces and their families.