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Military Medical Malpractice Claims Allowed to Move Forward
Military Medical Malpractice Claims Allowed to Move Forward

Recent changes by the federal government now allow for active duty military personnel and their families to seek compensation for injuries and deaths caused by negligence at military facilities. For more that 70 years, the Frees Doctrine - established in 1950 - has prevented ...

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