Why Choose Bruce J. Klores and Associates P.C.?
Military medical malpractice claims are governed by special federal laws — the Federal Tort Claims Act and the Military Claims Act. While our firm is based in the District of Columbia, our attorneys travel to and associate with firms throughout the country handling important military medical malpractice cases. As one example, in 2007, Bruce Klores obtained a $28 million dollar verdict for a military family in court which, after five years of appeals, was finally paid. We have also settled some of the largest cases under the Military Claims Act, which does not allow for litigation. Our firm works in partnership with Military Medical Malpractice Attorneys, a national organization of leading lawyers dedicated to providing exemplary legal services to members of the Armed Forces and their families.
Read about Bruce Klores's 28 million dollar verdict on behalf of a Navy family.
An amputation injury lawsuit can provide recourse for patients who have suffered limb loss as a result of a physician's medical malpractice.
Anesthesia error lawsuits are a type of medical malpractice for patients who have suffered a physician's anesthesia error, including administering the incorrect amount or type of anesthesia.
A birth injury lawsuit can provide much needed compensation for families who have suffered military medical malpractice injuries such as Cerebral Palsy, brain injuries, or Erb’s Palsy.
A cerebral palsy attorney can hold medical professionals accountable which may prevent similar incidents and provide a lifetime of necessary care to victims of military medical malpractice.
When a catastrophic injury or fatality is the result of a misdiagnosis or a failure to diagnose, military medical malpractice victims may be able to file a failure to diagnose lawsuit to recover compensation.
Medication error lawsuits can provide recourse for patients who have suffered or experienced military medical malpractice injuries as a result of a medication error.
When a debilitating paralysis injury is caused by military medical negligence, a paralysis medical malpractice lawsuit can help victims recover costs.
A surgical error lawsuit can provide compensation for those who have suffered military medical malpractice injuries such as medication errors, wrong-sided surgeries, anesthesia errors, or infections.
When emergency room negligence occurs, military medical malpractice victims can typically recover for permanent disability, a loss of income or financial support, and additional medical expenses.
Genetic testing lawsuits may help families recover compensation for military medical malpractice when a physician fails to properly counsel or screen for genetic abnormalities and treat the same.