Pregnancy is a time of joyous anticipation of the new arrival. For most parents, the thought that their child will be injured in labor or delivery does not even enter their minds. Tragically, some children are victims of catastrophic brain injuries at birth. Although some of these injuries are simply unavoidable, in other situations, the injuries were caused by the actions or inactions of medical professionals.
If your child suffered a brain injury in labor or delivery and you have reason to believe that medical malpractice caused this injury, it is vital that you talk about your child's situation with an experienced lawyer. For decades, the attorneys of Rosenberg, Minc, Falkoff & Wolff LLP have helped families get the financial compensation they need after a brain injury at birth.
Many different conditions can lead to birth injuries, including:
Whatever the situation, you can depend on our law firm to thoroughly investigate your case and work hard to recover complete compensation.
The costs to care for a child who has suffered brain injury at birth are enormous. Your birth injury must be prepared to support these claims for damages with extensive documentation. Our brain injury lawyers and attorneys in New York City work with economists, life-care planners and other experts who can prove the amount of financial compensation that will be necessary to care for your child.
It costs nothing to speak to us. Call 1-866-516-5887 or e-mail our law firm to schedule a confidential case evaluation. In all cases, we pay all expenses associated with preparing your case and do not recover these expenses unless we are successful in your case. You will also not pay attorneys' fees unless we are successful in your case.
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Our client, a 5-year-old patient, receives almost $8 million in compensation from an NYC hospital in a medical malpractice claim won by Rosenberg, Minc, Falkoff & Wolf. Representing the injured child with his team of legal and medical experts, Daniel Minc said, "It was great day for the family."
The case involved negligent care on the part of the hospital pediatric intensive care unit for failing to observe bleeding from a simple biopsy wound which caused neurological damage.