Do you suspect that your child suffered a birth injury? Birth injuries, such as Cerebral Palsy or Erb’s Palsy, can result if medical personnel make a medical mistake or fail to follow proper guidelines of care during labor or delivery. The consequences of a birth injury can be devastating to your family.
Our birth injury attorneys at Gray & White Law are here to help.
Children who suffer from birth injuries often require a lot of support, such as physical therapy and speech therapy; wheelchairs and walkers; special daycare and aftercare services; and counseling services for you and your family. These support services are costly. Our attorneys at Gray & White Law will fight to get you the financial benefits you deserve and need to be able to care for your child.
To determine if your child may qualify for financial benefits, contact us to schedule a free consultation and case evaluation.
Kentucky Birth Injury Attorneys
The attorneys at Gray & White Law want to help your family if you believe your child suffered a brain injury before, during, or after delivery. We provide free consultations and case evaluations, in which one of our attorneys will discuss the circumstances of your child’s birth injury with you to help determine whether your child may be entitled to financial compensation or settlement benefits through a birth injury lawsuit.
You will never have to pay any out-of-pocket costs to hire our law firm as we only collect attorney fees or expenses if we obtain financial recovery for your child.
Our medical malpractice attorneys regularly handle several different type of birth injury claims, including:
- Cerebral Palsy
- Erb’s Palsy/ Brachial Plexus Injury
- Meconium Aspiration Syndrome
- Nerve injury due to forceps
- Spinal cord injury from overstretching
Financial Benefits for Your Child’s Birth Injury May Be Available
If your child has been diagnosed with a birth injury, such as Cerebral Palsy and Erb’s Palsy, you may have many questions. Finding out that your child has a permanent disability can be shocking. Many parents recognize their child is not developing the same as other babies and believe that their child will catch up over time, but this is not always the case.
First, know that you are not alone. Thousands of families every year receive the financial support they need to care and provide treatment for their child who has suffered from a birth injury.
Being able to provide the necessary care and treatment for your child can be straining. If you believe your child’s birth injury could have been avoided by following the proper standard of care, then contact our attorneys now so we can help you obtain your deserved financial compensation.
Schedule a free consultation and case evaluation here to have our attorneys at Gray & White Law examine your case and help your family.