It can be difficult to detect whether a child has had a birth injury. But parents know their babies better than anyone, so you may have suspected that your child isn’t reacting the way other babies do. Your child may not have firm muscle tone, or may seem uncoordinated. There might even be bruising on the body due to poor control of muscle movement.
Perhaps you’ve seen some of these signs. Maybe your doctor has even made a diagnosis of certain difficulties. But if you still have questions, or you feel your doctor hasn’t properly explained your child’s condition, contact us here at Connon & Tolin as soon as possible.
MAIN INDICATIONS OF A POSSIBLE BIRTH INJURY INCLUDE THE FOLLOWING:
Remember — this is not a complete list. There are other conditions and indications, including possible injury to the mother during birth.
Evaluate what you’ve observed about your baby, or what a doctor may have told you as a diagnosis. If you feel this could have been caused by a birth injury, allow us to help you. With more than 25 years of experience, we are able to recognize signs of birth injuries that were preventable, and we can call upon our medical consultants to review your doctor or hospital records. If we determine you have legitimate reasons to file a claim, we can put our legal team to work for you and your child.
Over the years, we’ve helped settle cases resulting in millions of dollars of help for parents and children. Contact us for a FREE consultation — for the future of your child.
When you've been seriously injured, all you really want is to get things back to normal. Unfortunately, the insurance companies are all too aware that you'd like to put this all behind you, and will offer you less than you deserve as a result. To ensure you are treated fairly, contact us today for a free initial consultation.
We have extensive experience securing successful results for our accident & injury clients.
We limit the number of cases we accept to ensure that you are getting the attention your case deserves.
We accept cases on a contingency fee, meaning we are only paid if we secure a good result on your behalf.