What Constitutes As a Tort Claim

Do you wonder if you have a tort claim? Check out this video to learn about what constitutes as a tort claim in Augusta, then call our lawyers in Georgia.

What constitutes a tort claim in Georgia?

Under the Federal Tort Claims Act, a tort claim is where a federal employee has a duty to not injure someone else, they violate that duty, and that violation of the duty causes an injury. Examples of a federal tort would be doctors at the army or VA hospital injuring patients and violating the standard of care, or federal employees driving automobiles and injuring someone in a car wreck. Those are the standard federal tort claims that are brought in Georgia.

If you have any questions about a federal tort claim, give us a call. We’d be happy to help.

Do you have questions about what constitutes as a tort claim? Contact the experienced Augusta Personal Injury Attorneys at Nimmons Malchow Johnson Injury Lawyers today for a free consultation and case evaluation.

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