For the last 4 decades I have successfully represented birth injury victims and their families in the courtroom.
As a husband and father, I can definitely ascertain that being a mother is the most difficult job in the world. When you factor a birth injury into the equation, your job as a mother becomes exponentially more emotional, complicated and expensive! I want to share a story with you, about a client that reached out regarding her child’s birth injury – The catch? Her child’s birth injury occurred 8 years ago!
In this particular situation, and in many like it across the country, a mother has been providing care for her child that suffered a permanent and debilitating injury during the birthing process. In many cases that I have seen in my 20 offices across the state of Ohio, even minor birth injuries require expensive, continued care that will likely last a lifetime. I have also seen an abundance of cases in which my clients are overwhelmed, misinformed and essentially defeated – Leading them to never seek the justice their family deserves. Making that first phone call to my office, and scheduling that first appointment with me is the beginning of a journey – Your case becomes my case, your worries become my worries and I am available to you any time, any place with just a call to my direct cell phone.
The Common Fears and Trials Birth Injury Victims Face
The very first thing I asked my client when she called, right around her son’s 8th birthday – is why had she waited so long? Essentially overwhelmed but managing, she had finally reached a point where she came to the realization that she couldn’t do it any longer alone and further, that she was not going to be around forever. These are two incredibly emotional realizations to have to come to terms with, but in many birth injury cases this is reality. The sooner we get to work on your case, the faster we can get you the compensation you deserve. Never, ever wait to call my office if your child has been injured! Do not listen to the healthcare providers, call my offices immediately.
In Ohio, birth injury cases have a statute of limitations that ends on your child’s 19th birthday. Time is off the essence, particularly if your child’s birth did not occur recently. Birth injury cases are intensive, expensive cases – But we will get your family the justice you deserve!
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