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Injured And Don't Know What To Do?

ASK A LAWYER FIRST.

Injured And Don't Know What To Do?

ASK A LAWYER FIRST.

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Providing Compassionate Guidance To Parents Whose Children Suffered Birth Injuries

The birth of a child is a joyous occasion. Your family is growing. In some cases, birth injuries can occur, resulting in the child needing lifelong care. If your child was injured, ask a lawyer first. It is essential that all negligent medical staff members or facilities be held responsible.

At the Pensacola office of Phil Hall, P.A., we are dedicated to each and every one of our personal injury clients, helping them understand their rights after their children have suffered birth injuries due to medical malpractice. We understand the emotions that accompany these cases, and we know how badly you want to protect your child. We are compassionate in our approach with you, your child and your family, but we are zealous in the pursuit of justice on your behalf.

Adjusting In The Present; Planning For The Future

A birth injury may impact a child and family for years to come. It is important that immediate issues are evaluated, addressed and treated. But it is also important that a plan be developed with a care team that can provide insight into the treatments and accommodations that may be needed in the future.

This is why it is so important to have a lawyer on your side who can be your voice and make the opposing counsel understand just what you are facing as a family. Not only are there medical costs associated with the injuries and subsequent disabilities, but there is a change in the family dynamic that would not have occurred had the medical negligence not taken place. You deserve to be comprehensively compensated in order to help your child and other family members live their lives to the fullest.

Injuries That May Be Sustained

There are a wide range of injuries that can be sustained before, during and immediately following labor and delivery, including:

  • Cerebral palsy
  • Erb’s palsy
  • Shoulder dystocia
  • Hypoxia (lack of oxygen)
  • Head injuries
  • Broken bones
  • Dislocations
  • Injuries due to forceps or vacuum extraction

We also provide representation in situations in which the mother was injured during childbirth due to a misdiagnosis, failure to diagnose or other critical information that was ignored.

Get The Support And Information You Need Today

Our firm is here for you every step of the way throughout your case. To discuss your specific situation and the birth injuries your child suffered, get in touch with us and schedule a free consultation. Call our office at 850-641-8811 or send us an email.