Entries by c4hadmin

JA Harp Supports RWB

We are pleased to report that we are all in with the active military and veteran support organization Team RWB.  It provides a great outlet for those that have served and are serving by an active athletic program that supports local races, and a wide variety of activities. Andy Harp noted “As a Marine that has […]

Feres still a problem for our military!

As one who served in the U.S. Marine Corps, I am very familiar with the U.S.Supreme Court decision entitled Feres v. United States as should anyone who serves. If a service member is injured due to improper medical care he cannot sue the government. Military Times most recent edition had an excellant article that explains […]

JA Harp Host Legislators Meeting

The law firm of JA Harp law form was recently the DLC hosts for the state chairperson’s legislative committee meeting in Mobile, Alabama.  The Firm represented the thirty law firms in the United States that have been designated as competent in handling railroad worker cases.


The Lawyers at JA Harp Law Firm recently recovered more than $4,800,000.00 on behalf of a young man severely injured in a tractor-trailer collision.

Military Dependents’ Rights under Attack

Navy aviation mechanic Jimmy German lost his wife when she went to Naval Hospital in Jacksonville, Fla., due to the hospital failing to diagnose his wife’s cerebral hemorrhaging. As a result of the hospital’s error, she suffered a catastrophic stroke and died. Now, the U.S. Government wants the medical error to be erased. The government […]