Has your child been injured?

If your son or daughter has been hurt due to someone else's negligence, schedule a consultation to discuss your options with our attorneys.

Protect your child's rights

If your child has been injured, we can protect their rights and pursue legal action to compensate them for their injury. From birth and beyond, there are a plethora of ways your child could be injured. If they have been, speak to one of our attorneys about your legal options today.

Quality representation for your child's injury

Children suffer injuries of all kinds on a daily basis due to the environment around them.

  • Playground injuries
  • Failing to diagnose a medical condition or cancer
  • School bus injuries
  • Dog bites
  • Negligent medical care
  • Recreational and sports injuries
  • Lead poisoning

When your child's been hurt, come to us.

Sexual abuse cases

Child sexual abuse has been reported up to 80,000 times a year, but the number of unreported instances is far greater. The problem needs to be identified, the abuse stopped, and the child should receive professional help. The long-term emotional and psychological damage of sexual abuse can be devastating to the child.

We are not able to start a criminal prosecution, but we are able to investigate a start a civil lawsuit and have the experience of helping victims of sexual abuse. Starting a civil lawsuit against the abuser can help pay for the costs of therapy and counseling that are necessary for any child sexually abused.

If your child has been a victim of sexual abuse, we may be able to help.

Birth Injuries

  • A large baby - birth weight over 4,000 grams (8 pounds, 13 ounces)
  • Abnormal presentation - such as breech, where the baby is delivered buttocks first
  • Premature babies - those born before 37 weeks
  • A long labor
  • Injury to the baby's arm or shoulder known as shoulder dystocia
  • Injury to the baby's brachial plexus nerves, called Erb's Palsy
  • Fractures to the baby's clavicle or collarbone
  • Use of forceps or vacuum devices to deliver the baby can cause injury to the baby's head and face
  • A baby who is not breathing on their own when they are born.

If you believe your child suffered an injury during their birth, he or she may be able to receive compensation for their injuries. You should talk to a knowledgeable birth injury lawyer. Your baby may need therapy or surgery to address a birth injury. If a health care provider, doctor, midwife or nurse was responsible for that birth injury, they should be responsible for paying for the care your child needs.

If your baby's birth injury was caused by a preventable medical error, we will explain your legal rights and o ptions and protect your child's future needs.