Archuleta Law Firm in the News

US to Pay $2.3 million to settle malpractice caseThe Virginian-Pilot

Can a Negligent Employer Be More at Fault Than Employee Who Intentionally Caused Harm?
  Texas Lawyer

Hyde Park Disputes Liability in Boy's Abuse  Austin American-Statesman, Texas

Medical Malpractice Case Heading to Supreme Court
  ABC News San Francisco, California

Malpractice Complaints Mount at Military Hospital  ABC News San Francisco, California

Navy veteran's family says VA kept mum about heart laceration
St. Petersburg Times, Florida

Woman files suit in medical mishap  King 5 News, Seattle, Washington

Post Doctors Named in Federal Suit  Coastal Courier, Georgia

Sixth Circuit waives Feres Doctrine for prenatal injuries  Tennessee, American Association for Justice

Military Medical Malpractice:  Seeking Recourse  Los Angeles Times, California

Federal Bill Would Allow G.I.s to Sue for Medical Negligence The Salt Lake Tribune, Utah

Judge calls military lawsuit ban 'Unfair'  Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, Pennsylvania

When the Bough Breaks The Austin Chronicle, Texas

Teacher Found Guilty of Injuring Child The Austin Chronicle, Texas

A Family Affair  Texas SuperLawyers

Other Recent Military and VA Malpractice News
Federal Tort Claims, Military Medical Negligence and VA Hospital Malpractice in the News

VA Hospital May Have Infected 1,800 Veterans with HIV  CNN News 
John Cochran VA Medical Center in St. Louis

Arlington Native's Case inspires bill overturning ban on military malpractice cases Dallas Morning News

Soldier Loses Legs in Botched Gallbladder Surgery  CBS News

Possible Contamination at VA Facilities Sparks Call for Inquiry CNN

5th HIV Case Linked to VA Equipment Contamination The Associated Press

At VA Hospital, a Rogue Cancer Unit The New York Times

Camp Lejeune residents blame rare cancer cluster on the water  LA Times