As the parents of an infant with a birth injury, you may be experiencing stress in the form of grief, anger, confusion and fear. Perhaps you suspect that medical malpractice caused your baby’s injury but don’t know how to prove it or what might be gained by doing so.
Perey Law Group has more than 25 years of experience with cases like yours. We know that taking care of your baby is your first priority, which is why we want to help you win any compensation you may be eligible for.
Winning compensation cannot restore your baby’s health. It can, however, recover expenses you have suffered as a result of medical malpractice, reassure you that you have done all you can to achieve justice for your child, and allow you to provide for any future medical needs your child may have.
Full Compensation. Fair Compensation
Our attorneys are committed to helping victims of birth injuries sustained as a result of medical malpractice to win the compensation they need to cover all costs, including:
- Costs of all care received to date
- Costs of future medical procedures
- Compensation for physical and emotional suffering
- Costs of any income loss you may have sustained as a result of needing to care for your injured child or as a result of your own injuries during the delivery process
- Costs of any adaptive equipment your child may require
Medical malpractice occurs when doctors, nurses and other healthcare professionals fail to take reasonable care, either through negligence or oversight.
Taking reasonable care is a legal obligation. If a medical professional does not take care or makes a foreseeable error and you or your baby is injured as a result, then you may be eligible to receive compensation.
How We Can Help
Birth trauma can have a permanent and devastating impact on both you and your infant child. At Perey Law, we have a long record of winning medical malpractice lawsuits for clients who have suffered birth trauma as a result of medical malpractice.
Your doctor may be at fault if you or your baby has suffered birth trauma, such as:
- Pitocin-related injury
- Fetal brain injury
- Birth injury caused by forceps or vacuum extraction
- Injury related to fetal distress
- Injury related to c-section
All Cases Handled on a Contingency Basis
We will not ask you for payment unless we are successful in recovering compensation for you.
Contact us today to discuss your case with an experienced attorney.