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Veterans Medical Malpractice Lawyer

Veterans Medical Malpractice Lawyer John Fox speaks about his 30 year career as a top rated trial attorney and Personal Injury Lawyer.


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Fox Law Government Trial Verdict

A case tried by John Fox against the U.S. Government resulted in a $1,800,000 Federal Court verdict against the government.  The government’s final offer before trial was $95,000.

Have you suffered due to a medical error by a doctor, nurse or other health care provider at a Veterans Administration hospital? While the hardships you face may be severe, including serious injuries and financial losses, there are legal remedies at your disposal.  Veterans Medical Malpractice Lawyer John Fox helps veterans of the United States armed forces who have suffered illness and injury due to medical malpractice at Veterans hospitals.

Veterans Medical Malpractice Lawyer John Fox has won multi-million dollar verdicts against the U.S. Government.  The government can exercise immunity in certain factual scenarios.  You need a skilled litigator that understands the legal process that needs to be followed against a governmental entity such as the Veterans Administrations (VA) or the United States Post Office.

Why a Veterans Medical Malpractice Lawyer?

The Veterans Care Controversy – History and Statistics

In recent years the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs has been under scrutiny, namely for preventable veteran deaths, infectious disease outbreaks, VA employee bonuses and mismanagement.

Since 2003, the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, the agency that provides services for over 22 million American veterans, has paid out approximately $100 million a year to settle more than 3,000 Veterans medical malpractice claims. In 2013, the agency tended to 5.6 million veterans, a 32 percent increase from 2002.

As of mid-2014, the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs has spent more than $50 million on medical malpractice claims, according to an analysis of Treasury Department records. In the ten years after 9/11, the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs paid $200 million to nearly 1,000 families in wrongful death cases.

A recent report found that more than 1,000 veterans may have died in the last decade because of medical malpractice or lack of care from the Department of Veterans Affairs medical centers.  The VA has admitted that 23 patients have died because of delayed care, but “Friendly Fire: Death, Delay, and Dismay at the VA” shows many more patient deaths have been linked to improper management, decisions, and care.

Veterans Lawsuits – Rules and Regulations

Veterans injured by medical malpractice in VA hospitals may sue the U.S. government under a federal law called the Federal Tort Claims Act (FTCA). The rules and regulations for filing a FTCA claim can be complicated. The process of filing a veteran negligence,  malpractice claim, or wrongful death claim begins by making an administrative claim against the FTCA. It is important at this stage to know the full extent of the damages because federal law will prohibit you from seeking more than the amount you state on your initial claim. FOX LAW will work with you to help you determine the full amount of the damages so you are not left with less than you need. Once you file your claim, there is a six month period in which the Veterans Administration can review your claim and decide to accept or reject it. If they reject your claim, you may file a medical malpractice lawsuit in federal court.  John Fox is a seasoned litigator, well versed in the rules and procedures of federal court. We are prepared to help you obtain full and fair compensation for the losses you have suffered.


  • 25 years of Trial Experience

  • Top Rated Veterans Medical Malpractice Lawyer

  • Track Record of Successful Trial Verdicts against the U.S. Government

  • The “Fox Law Strategy”

  • When you call John Fox, you get John Fox.

  • Personal Attention to You

“Do you know how many lawyers have not been to trial in years?  Insurance companies do.  Insurance companies hire trial lawyers.  You should, too. ” ~John Fox, Veterans Medical Malpractice Lawyer

Veterans Medical Malpractice Lawyer

What makes John Fox a Top Veterans Medical Malpractice Lawyer?

Experience. Reputation. Results.

John Fox is respected by his peers. He is a top trial attorney with over 25 years of experience and a record of excellent results. John Fox is aggressive, dedicated and experienced in the courtroom.  He is skilled in handling large cases involving serious injury. John Fox has earned the respect of his peers through his extensive litigation and trial experience. Many lawyers refer their personal injury clients to John Fox.

A former defense attorney for a fortune 500 company John Fox has vast experience with insurance companies.  John Fox knows how personal injury cases are defended.  He puts his defense experience to work for you, successfully representing personal injury victims.

“Put my 25 years of trial experience defending personal injury claims to work for you.  I know how to defend cases, which means I know how to win them.”

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What is the Fox Law Strategy?

“The Fox Law Strategy is to thoroughly prepare each case for trial from the beginning. Although most cases do settle before trial, cases that are thoroughly prepared for trial from the start have the strongest negotiating leverage and result in the best settlements.  It is important that you choose a lawyer who is prepared to take your case to trial. Some injury lawyers have no intention of going to trial. Their strategy from the beginning is to settle the case.  This weakens their negotiating leverage. Choosing a lawyer who will thoroughly prepare your case for trial from the beginning strengthens your negotiating leverage.” ~John Fox, Veterans Medical Malpractice Lawyer

Choosing the Best Lawyer

Choosing the right lawyer can make the difference between winning and losing your case or how much you recover. Unlike large firms where you rarely speak with the top attorney, John Fox will personally handle your case. When you call John Fox, you get John Fox.

Veterans Medical Malpractice Lawyer

How do I choose a Veterans Medical Malpractice Lawyer?  “Hire the lawyer, not the law firm.  That is who is handling your case.” ~John Fox

Our Personal Injury Lawyers take pride in Personal Attention.

Fox Law takes pride in the personal attention we give our clients.  John Fox will personally keep you updated and informed.  He will promptly return your phone calls. John Fox prides himself in offering top legal representation and personal attention.

John Fox welcomes you to contact him for a prompt and free consultation regarding your case.

No case is too big or too small for an evaluation.  John Fox welcomes the opportunity to represent you. In your consultation, your case will be discussed and the facts will be reviewed and evaluated. If Fox Law accepts your case, it will be handled on a Contingency Basis, which means you pay nothing. Fox Law carries all of the costs and assumes all of the risks when we accept your car accident case.

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FOX LAW is conveniently located at Two Logan Square in Center City Philadelphia, serving Philadelphia County, Delaware County, Montgomery County, Bucks County, Chester County, and Lehigh County.  For your convenience, John Fox makes house calls if necessary.

 Fox Law, P.C.
100 North 18th Street, Suite 2030
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19103
Phone: 215-568-6868

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