Birth Injury LawyersThe birth of your child should be one of the most important and celebrated moments in your family’s life. However, a birth injury can instead cause your child and family unforeseen pain and loss. When you suspect that your infant has been harmed during birth because of the negligence of medical professionals, there are important steps you can take to protect your child and your legal case.

Seek Medical Help for Your Child

The first priority is always your baby’s well-being. If you suspect that your infant is injured, seek out medical care immediately. Diagnosing and treating birth injuries is time sensitive. Many injuries will worsen the longer they are left untreated.

Consult an Experienced Attorney

Whether you want to pursue a legal case for your child’s injuries is a question you can only answer after gathering the relevant facts and consulting with an experienced birth injury attorney.

Birth injuries, such as cerebral palsy, can necessitate lifelong care, leaving a family with not only the medical expenses of the initial injury but also a future filled with expenses for an injured child.

At Kline & Specter, PC, our attorneys are dedicated to fighting for families that are suffering because of birth injuries. Some of our most notable major victories for our clients in birth injury cases include:

  • $57 million for an infant with cerebral palsy caused by oxygen deprivation
  • $21.6 million for a baby who suffered severe brain injuries during delivery
  • $20 million (the largest medical malpractice verdict in Montgomery County) for a baby boy who lost his eyesight because of medical malpractice

Our seasoned team of lawyers includes five accomplished physicians, including two who are OB/GYNs. We have helped many families seek justice for birth injuries their children have suffered.

If your baby suffered an injury during birth, call 800-243-1100 today for a free case consultation with one of our experienced birth injury lawyers at Kline & Specter. We represent clients in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware, and across the nation.