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VA Medical Malpractice

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VA Medical Malpractice

Although most Americans would assume that the medical care provided to our veterans, service members, and their families is of the highest quality, this couldn’t be further from the truth. Unfortunately, countless veterans are injured at the hand of the VA due to medical malpractice or neglect. This can create not only physical harm but also mental and emotional damage. 

 

At Whiting & Bruner, we are passionate about providing aggressive legal representation for the individuals who have protected our freedoms.

 

We believe that you deserve to be treated like the hero that you are!

What is VA Medical Malpractice?

 

So, what exactly is VA Medical Malpractice? How do you know if you have been a victim of this tragedy? There are many types of VA medical malpractice or medical negligence. If you or your family member has been injured in any way at the hands of the VA, you are a victim of VA medical malpractice.

 

This is just a brief overview of some of the common types of VA medical malpractice. Many other situations were not covered in this list. If you have been hurt in any way by the VA, you must contact our team for guidance on further actions to take.

 

A few examples of VA medical malpractice include the following:

  • Failure to diagnose a disease
  • Errors in medication or prescriptions leading to further illness or death
  • Botched surgeries or procedures
  • Negligence in care
  • Omission of a necessary procedure
  • Suicide
  • Other types of physical harm caused by a government employee of the VA
  • Improper treatment of an injury or infection
  • Failure to notify the patient of known side effects
  • Infection caused by poor hygiene practices
  • Injury received on VA premise

How Long Do You Have to File a VA Medical Malpractice Claim?

 

While you may not initially realize that your injury or disease was caused by the VA, it is important to act promptly. In order to pursue compensation for your case, you must initiate the proceedings within two years of the initial incident.

 

The process for completing a VA medical malpractice claim is quite lengthy and involves multiple steps. We recommended contacting an experienced VA lawyer as soon as possible in order to begin working towards a solution in a timely manner.

We Understand the Complexities of VA Medical Malpractice Cases

 

Medical malpractice cases against the VA are some of the most complex cases. With specific steps to be followed for pursuing compensation following malpractice, it is important to work with a VA lawyer who understands the system.

 

At Whiting & Bruner, we specialize in VA medical malpractice. Throughout our time in the field, we have gained valuable experience and education on the various nuances of VA law. Unfortunately, many VA medical malpractice cases have been known to last much longer than necessary. Our team works tirelessly to provide you with the outcome you deserve in a timely manner, allowing you to move on with your life.

Types of VA Medical Malpractice Cases We Handle

The Whiting & Bruner team is proud to represent clients dealing with a variety of VA and Military Medical Malpractice cases.
A few of the cases we often represent include the following:

General Malpractice

Negligence

Wrongful Death

Misdiagnosis

Failure to Diagnose

If you or your loved one has suffered at the hands of the VA or military medical facilities, you deserve compensation.
Our team will fight for you, providing you with the ability to pursue a full recovery.

Working With an Oklahoma VA Lawyer

Whether you are a veteran, active-duty service member, or family, you are entitled to experienced legal representation and quality healthcare. As a team of Oklahoma VA Lawyers, we work hard to provide you with the best outcome regardless of the circumstances surrounding your case.

 

We are committed to providing compassionate care, always working with the best interests of our clients in mind. We understand that pursuing a VA medical malpractice case can be quite intimidating. Our team will carefully guide you through the process, answering any questions you may have along the way. When you work with the team at Whiting & Bruner, you will truly feel like family. Contact our team today for more information regarding your medical malpractice case.

Contact Us

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(918) 488-8000 (Tulsa)

(405) 525-6671 (OKC)

WBLaw@WhitingandBruner.com

6440 S. Lewis Ave., Suite 100, Tulsa, Oklahoma 74136

1901 North Classen Blvd., Suite 222, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73106