Birth Injury

Birth Injury

Having a newborn is an exciting and amazing experience. Every parent hopes for a healthy baby. Doctors, nurses, and hospitals have high standards of care in order to protect the health of babies before, during, and immediately after birth. If your infant was not given the proper care, he or she could face serious heath issues.

When your newborn suffers a serious birth trauma, the experience is very distressing for you and your family. You may end up wondering how your child will receive proper care throughout his or her life and how you will be able to afford the help your child will need.

Many of these injuries are preventable. In some case, disorders like cerebral palsy happen because of medical negligence. If this is the case, you and your child are entitled to compensation for the amount it will take to properly care for him or her in the future. No amount of money can change the past, but it can help you get back on your feet and provide your child with the independence he or she deserves. 

At Valent Legal, we have experience and proven success representing the youngest victims of medical malpractice. For a free, no-risk case assessment, give us a call. We work on a contingency fee basis, which means there are no fees until you get a settlement or you win a judgment in court. In most cases, our service exceeds our clients’ expectations. Visit How We Work to learn more.

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