Experience with the Federal Torts Claims Act
The Federal Torts Claims Act (28 USC Section 1346) carves out a limited exception to the long held premise: you can’t sue the government for wrongs done. The Federal Torts Claims Act allows a person who has been seriously harmed by the government, such as through a Veterans Hospital, clinic, or otherwise, a limited avenue of recourse. Because the Federal Torts Claims Act offers such a limited exception, navigating a claim under this act can be frustrating and in many cases, with an inexperienced attorney or no attorney, fruitless.
At our firm, we have significant experience filing, navigating, negotiating, and trying Federal Torts Claims Act. If you have been seriously harmed by the government,you want trusted and competent counsel. Contact us through our website or call our office for more information.