Whether a doctor works at a military hospital or a civilian hospital, they are responsible for treating their patients under equal standards of care. Victims of physician negligence at naval hospitals should not be afraid to pursue claims against these educated and respected professionals. At the Jacksonville, Florida, law firm of Cronin & Maxwell, we represent active duty members of the military, retirees and their family members in medical malpractice suits against doctors and naval medical facilities in the U.S., and around the world.
If you have been hurt, or lost a loved one due to physician or hospital failures, contact our Jacksonville law office for a free initial consultation. We can help you hold a naval hospital or physician fully accountable for their actions.
Physician negligence victims should not feel intimidated by the prospect of taking a military doctor to court. Even though hospitals and their staff have the vast resources of the federal government on their side, our experienced military malpractice attorneys know how to overcome the challenges of filing a physician malpractice claim under the Federal Tort Claims Act and the Military Claims Act.
As former naval officers, our attorneys are familiar with the many legal obstacles military personnel and retirees must face. Our firm has built a solid reputation for helping clients secure compensation for their injuries or the loss of a loved one due to physician negligence. From thorough investigations to medical experts and eyewitness testimony, we can gather all relevant facts and expose the truth as it relates to:
Cronin & Maxwell believes all servicemen, servicewomen, retirees and their families are entitled to the same professional medical care as civilians. If you suffer an injury because of physician negligence, we can help you find justice and recover fair compensation.
Reach out to us at 904-388-9555 to schedule a free initial consultation with an experienced military medical malpractice lawyer. We work on a contingency fee basis; we don’t get paid unless you get paid. To find out more about your case, visit our medical malpractice information center.