Personal Injury

Personal Injury Compensation

 Birth Injuries

Babies who sustain injuries from the labor and delivery process can suffer the effects of those injuries their entire lives. Obstetricians, nurses, and other birthing personnel are expected to facilitate competent and careful deliveries. Medical malpractice lawsuits can be brought against them if their negligence led to birth injuries that otherwise could have been prevented. For example, birth injuries could result from their failure to monitor and adjust the baby’s oxygen level or from the improper use of devices such as forceps or vacuums. It is the doctor’s responsibility to gauge factors that could lead to birth injury, such as the size of the baby and the mother’s pelvis shape, and prepare for them accordingly.

Contact us if your baby has suffered an injury during delivery. You have the right to pursue compensation, including coverage for the child’s future medical bills.

Workplace Injury

In addition to providing a safe environment in which to work, employees are also responsible for compensating employees who are injured due to unsafe working conditions while on the job.

Contact our practice today if you have been injured at work and feel that your company has unfairly or illegally denied your right to receive benefits. Our lawyers will also determine if a third party, such as the manufacturer of a faulty ladder, is at fault for your injury.

Brain/Spinal Cord Injury

Nearly one-and-a-half million Americans suffer a traumatic brain injury each year. There are currently 5.3 million Americans whose traumatic brain injuries have rendered them unable to perform basic daily activities by themselves. Brain injuries can occur when the victim suffers a sharp blow to the head – commonly from a fall, an accident, or an assault. It is important to seek medical attention immediately if you experience any of the following brain injury symptoms:

• Dilated pupils
• Changes in vision
• Dizziness or difficulty balancing
• Poor coordination
• Weakness/ lethargy
• Slowed pulse and breathing rate
• Vomiting
• Tinnitus
• Cognitive thought problems
• Loss of bowel or bladder control
• Unexplained emotional outbursts
• Respiratory failure
• Loss of consciousness/confusion
• Paralysis and trouble moving parts of the body
• Coma

Spinal cord injuries can result from the same traumas that cause brain injuries, such as car accidents, gunshot wounds, and falls. 450,000 Americans currently have limited mobility and feeling due to spinal cord damage. If someone else’s negligence or malice has left you or a loved one with an incapacitating brain or spinal cord injury, contact us today. Our experienced attorneys can win large settlements to cover your medical expenses, missed wages, and other losses.

Premises Liability

If you are injured on someone else’s property, contact us to find out if you are eligible to receive compensation. Injuries such as those from slip and falls, dog bites, exposure to hazardous materials, fires, or inadequate security may result from the property owner or tenant’s negligence.

Dangerous Drugs

Drugs such as VIOXX® and Paxil® can cause unintended, severe consequences for patients. If you have been harmed by these or any other drugs, contact us today. Our attorneys are experienced in demonstrating that drugs companies are liable for any products that are exceedingly dangerous or inadequately marked. suffering as much as possible by providing compassionate, skilled legal representation. Contact us today for an evaluation of your personal injury case. counsel and skilled representation. Contact us today for an evaluation of your case. personal injury claim. The rules vary from state to state, but generally the victim has between one and three years after the accident occurs to file a claim. In some personal injury cases, the statute of limitations may start the day after the injury was discovered. The statute of limitations against government agencies is shorter – generally only a few months.premises liability, and dangerous drugs. After a certain amount of time has passed, you may no longer be eligible to take action against the party responsible for your injury. Do not let the statute of limitations pass before you file your claim. Contact us today.