What You Risk by Not Filing a Kentucky Birth Injury Lawsuit

Matthew L. White
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Founder & Partner of Louisville Personal Injury Law Firm Gray & White Law

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6/21/2013
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There is so much to do once you learn that your child has suffered a birth injury. Whether your child suffered a brain bleed, suffered from lack of oxygen, or suffered another birth injury, your primary concern is going to be your child’s medical care and comfort. You may be hesitant to take on a lawsuit as you adjust to this significant change in your family’s life. However, before you can make an informed decision about whether or not to file a case, it is important to know what you risk if you fail to file a lawsuit.

What Could Happen if You Don’t Pursue a Legal Recovery

If you decide not to pursue a Kentucky birth injury case, then it is important to know that your child may not recover any money for what has happened. Your child may not get money to pay for her current and future medical expenses or for your family’s out-of-pocket costs. Your child may not be compensated for future income that she may have earned, or for her pain and suffering. All of that money may need to come from your own family instead.

Talk to an Experienced Lexington Birth Injury Lawyer before Making a Decision

You deserve to have all the facts and to make an informed decision based on the best interests of your family. For more information about making that decision, we invite you to contact us via our website or by calling 800.634.8767 or 502.210.8942 to schedule a FREE consultation with a Lexington birth injury attorney. The law limits the amount of time that you have to file a lawsuit. Accordingly, we encourage you to contact us today to learn more.



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