Bridgeport And Stamford Cerebral Palsy Lawyers
Our law firm is committed to being a voice for infants who have suffered birth injuries due to the negligence of medical professionals. Parents come to us knowing that the injuries suffered by their newborn child will have a life-long impact. The child may require medical care for the rest of their lives. We combine over 45 years of experience with significant litigation skills to aggressively fight for families whose lives have been changed because of serious birth injuries.
We represent parents of children who have suffered birth injuries of all types, including cerebral palsy, Erb’s palsy, and shoulder dystocia.
Many Birth Injuries Are Preventable
Pregnancies are supposed to be monitored very closely. There is a wide range of technology available to help doctors and medical professionals verify that everything is proceeding properly. If that technology reveals a problem, there are many options available to address the problem immediately in order to prevent harm to the child. Unfortunately, situations arise where technology is not used or is used improperly. In other cases, the results of tests are ignored. These failures are often the cause of serious birth injuries. We are here to help get the JUSTICE that these infants and their families deserve.
Personal Attention In Every Birth Injury Claim
Our clients can expect to work directly with an experienced attorney. During this time of emotional stress, they can expect to have their case given the level of care and personal attention it deserves. When questions arise, we will be there to provide answers. We personally guide the client through every phase of the case.
Contact Us For A Free Consultation
Call 203-896-4929 to discuss your case with one of our experienced Bridgeport and Stamford birth injury lawyers at Jacobs & Wallace, PLLC. You can also contact us via email. Se Habla español. Contact us now and get the JUSTICE you deserve.
We represent clients statewide and handle all of our personal injury and medical malpractice cases on a contingency basis. There are no legal fees to pay unless we win.