Seeking Compensation For A Newborn Brain Injury
Treatment of infant brain damage or traumatic brain injury can leave families struggling with the cost of surgeries, occupational and physical therapy, medication, rehabilitative services, home health care, special schooling and other care needed for their children. If your child’s brain damage occurred because a physician or health care provider was negligent in failing to diagnose a problem, failing to properly monitor your baby during or after delivery or took inappropriate action during the delivery process, you’ll need the help of an experienced birth injury attorney.
NOW Law of Harrisburg and Philadelphia is one of Pennsylvania’s top medical malpractice law firms. Our lawyers realize that birth injuries not only have physical and emotional consequences, but also place a financial strain on families. At NOW Law, our attorneys have the knowledge, experience and a history of success in representing the parents of children who have suffered brain injuries caused by medical negligence.
Look For These Symptoms
Keep an eye out for these symptoms in your baby:
- A large forehead or misshapen head
- Seizures or tremors
- Trouble with movement and paralysis
- Cognitive difficulties (when the child is older) such as trouble with communication, memory and attention span
- Trouble with sensory development
- Light sensitivity
- Abnormal sensitivity to pain
- Changes in mood
- Trouble sleeping
Newborn brain injuries can be caused by:
- Oxygen deprivation (hypoxia)
- Physical trauma during labor and delivery
- Improper use of forceps
- Improper use of vacuum
- Delayed C-section
- Maternal infection
- Prolonged and/or arrested labor
Even if you do not notice the effects of a brain injury until months after your child’s birth, we can help. We understand how to uncover evidence from the delivery process and have a large network of experts we can call on to uncover the cause of your baby’s suffering.
Schedule A Free Consultation Today
NOW Law does not charge for consultations, and you will not owe any attorney fees unless and until we secure compensation on your behalf. There is no risk in sitting down with one of our attorneys to discuss your case. We empathize with you and understand the challenges you face. We want to help you obtain justice and recover maximum compensation for your child’s suffering, care and treatment.
To learn more, contact us today by calling our offices at 717-541-9205 or 800-818-9608 .