Joey’s Legacy has assembled America’s first nationwide network of veterinary experts and animal law attorneys whose mission is to hold practitioners of veterinary medicine accountable for negligence that results in the permanent injuries and deaths of our pet companions. Most veterinarians are caring and compassionate individuals, well-suited for the profession. There is a minority of veterinarians that place profits before quality care for their patients.
Our legal experts bring their years of legal experience to Joey’s Legacy Inc. to help victims of veterinary malpractice
Our veterinary experts bring their investigative skills and extensive experience to further the mission of Joey’s Legacy
We Hold Practitioners of Veterinary Medicine Accountable!
Joey’s Legacy is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization whose purpose is advocacy for our companion animals. We have assembled some of the brightest minds in the area of veterinary medicine, grief counseling and animal law that assist those that come to us with claims of veterinary negligence that cause the permanent injury or death of their loved ones. A new book, “Joey’s Legacy-Truth and Integrity in Veterinary Medicine”, by best-selling author JL Robb, will be released in December 2020.
Has Your Pet Been A Victim?
Joey’s Legacy grieves pet companions that have fallen victim to veterinary negligence, be it permanent injury or death. Our nationwide network of veterinary experts and animal law attorneys seeks to hold negligent practitioners responsible for their mistakes.
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Joey’s Legacy is a non-profit that works with a team of respected veterinarians and attorneys across the country. The expert veterinary team reviews the medical records from the claimant and compiles a letter of opinion regarding the standard of care provided. If negligence or malpractice is determined, the attorney team can pursue the case with the veterinarian. This process generally starts with a demand letter and could proceed to litigation if a settlement is not received. .