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Becoming a medical doctor has been one of the most important decisions in my life and in my career. It helps tremendously when handling veterans administration medical malpractice cases.

—Dr. Michael Archuleta

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Michael Archuleta, J.D., M.D., M.B.A.

Physician AND Attorney

  • Experienced Veterans Administration Medical Malpractice Attorney
  • Medical Doctor
  • Over 20 years experience helping veterans and their families receive compensation for injuries and wrongful death due to Veterans Affairs medical negligence
  • Founding member of the Federal Tort Litigation Group
  • In the 66+ year history of the FTCA achieved
    • Three of the largest judgments
    • Three of the largest settlements
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Michael “EJ” Archuleta, II

  • Federal Tort Claims Attorney
  • Has made a career of practicing federal law
  • Licensed to practice in the courts of the State of Texas
  • Admitted to the United States District Court for the Western District of Texas
  • Member of the State Bar of Texas and the Austin Bar Association

 

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Video Transcript
Before I went to law school I completed medical school and I completed an internship, and I’m a licensed physician, which makes me a medical doctor. And that has been one of the most important things that I have done in my life and in my career because it helped tremendously in the career path that I have chosen in handling military and veterans administration medical malpractice cases.

Because I am a physician, I am able to pick up a set of medical records and I can read and understand what’s in the medical records. Non-physicians may not be able to do that. And as a result, I may not have to send out a set of records to an outside physician to look at and wait for them to tell me what’s in the medical records.

—Dr. Michael Archuleta

 

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