Medical Malpractice Attorneys in North America
Birth injuries caused by negligence are subject to medical malpractice claims. During the birthing process, carelessness from doctors, nurses, hospitals and/or other medical organizations may cause birth injuries. In many instances, birth injury can lead to permanent brain damage. Many parents who have children with cerebral palsy believe their child developed the condition as a result of lack of oxygen during the birthing procedure. After speaking with a highly skilled birth injury attorney, many decide to file medical malpractice claims and earn compensation. Victims of medical malpractice are eligible to receive compensatory and punitive damages, which reimburse victims for medical bills, lost wages, missed opportunities and emotional strife. In other instances, accidents during birthing and labor can cause babies to suffer from broken bones or intracranial bleeding. Others believe their child's birth injury was caused by undergoing a vaginal birth, when a cesarean section would have been the suggested option by other medical practitioners. These situations also are subject to medical malpractice claims.
The lawyers of Meiselman, Denlea, Packman, Carton & Eberz P.C. are proud to have helped numerous New York burn injury victims obtain rightful compensation for their suffering. They apply their advanced legal skills and extensive experience to every case in order to provide victims with effective legal representation. By discovering the precise cause of each burn injury accident and demonstrating the negligence of the responsible parties, the attorneys of Meiselman, Denlea, Packman, Carton & Eberz P.C. are often able to obtain sizeable settlements. They are also highly experienced at advancing burn injury victims' rights before a jury in cases were a fair settlement is unattainable. Collectively, they have successfully completed a variety of burn injury cases, including those arising from automobile accidents, thermal sources, chemical accidents and flammable clothing accidents.
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