Attorneys Who Are Also Military Veterans

When military family members or military retirees suffer a serious injury or wrongful death because of military medical practice, they should schedule a free initial consultation with one of our experienced attorneys at Cronin & Maxwell in Jacksonville, Florida.

As Navy veterans, our lawyers understand the difficulties faced by military members throughout the world. We assist clients with medical malpractice and wrongful death claims under the Federal Tort Claims Act and Military Claims Act.

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Fighting For What You Need

Fighting for what is best for our clients. This is our number one priority. As an AV-rated* law firm, Cronin & Maxwell focuses on providing each client with personalized legal attention. Our lawyers believe it is our job to be always available to answer our clients' questions when fighting for them.

As Navy veterans, we bring our military experience to every wrongful death and catastrophic injury claim against the military. We are currently challenging the Feres Doctrine that prevents active-duty members from suing the military. We understand the sacrifices that you and your family have made for this country. We fight hard to get you the compensation that you deserve.

Reach Out To Us Now

Have you or a family member been a victim of medical negligence at a military hospital? At Cronin & Maxwell, we work as a team to fight for the rights of injured military family members and military retirees by filing military medical malpractice and wrongful death claims. People throughout the world contact our Jacksonville, Florida, law office to get help.

If you have suffered a catastrophic injury because of military medical malpractice, contact Cronin & Maxwell to schedule a free initial consultation.

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