Do you know what really happened to your baby?
Were your baby's injuries the result of avoidable medical negligence?
A diagnosis of cerebral palsy, a brain injury at birth, a seizure disorder, or Erb's Palsy can be both unexpected and alarming to the parents of an injured baby.
Frequently, the parents of injured or disabled children are unaware that their child's injuries may have been the result of medical malpractice. Too often, the uninformed parents of children who have been injured as a result of medical negligence are themselves sentenced to a lifetime of despair and anguish, unaware that they and their child may be entitled to potentially substantial compensation.
We at Dugan, Babij, Tolley & Kohler, LLC focus our practice on protecting the legal rights of children who have suffered birth injuries or have been the victims of obstetrical or neonatal medical malpractice.
Please refer to our Birth Injury Links for additional information on the various medical topics that typically arise in birth injury litigation. We provide this information as a courtesy to the public in an effort to educate and inform.
Our lawyers have the knowledge and experience to prosecute even the most complex birth injury cases. Please refer to our Birth Injury Verdicts & Settlements for some of the results that we have recently obtained for others.
If anyone in your family has suffered a birth related injury or death, please contact the Law Firm of Dugan, Babij, Tolley & Kohler, LLC at 1-800-408-2080; fax: 410-308-1742 or via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Let our experienced attorneys find the answers to your questions and help you determine whether your baby's injuries were preventable.
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