Lawsuit over 2016 hazing death of Muslim Marine recruit headed to Supreme Court

The petition argues that the USMC misled Siddiqui about the abuse of Muslim recruits at Parris Island and failed to protect him when he arrived.


After 70 years, service members are finally filing medical malpractice claims against the US military

With the Department of Defense overseeing the new claims process, the question now is how fairly and timely complaints will be judged — and whether, in the long run, this new move will help growing efforts to overturn the Feres Doctrine and allow active duty members to sue like everyone else

Sailors perform surgery in an operating room aboard the Military Sealift Command hospital ship USNS Comfort (T-AH 20).

A new law could finally force DoD to compensate troops who suffered from military doctors' mistakes

It would mark the first time in nearly seven decades that U.S. military personnel have had legal recourse to seek payment from the military in cases of medical malpractice.


A Corpsman went to a military hospital for a routine shoulder surgery. 4 days later he was dead

Four days after undergoing a routine shoulder surgery, Hospitalman 3rd Class Jordan Way was dead. His family wants to know what went wrong, but a decades old legal rule stands in their way.


Florida senator backs bill to allow military members to sue for medical malpractice

The bill, Scott said, will "make sure our men and women in uniform are taken care of every step of the way."