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Seeking Justice After Birth Injuries

Last updated on September 12, 2022

It is no secret that a newborn child is extremely vulnerable to the world around them, and even the slightest bit of negligence or recklessness can severely harm them. However, when medical professionals assist in a child’s birth, they need to be sure that they are doing everything in their power to keep the child safe throughout the birth. When professionals fail to meet that level of care, they need to be liable for the resulting consequences.

At Crawford & Brown Law Firm LLP, we can help you hold doctors, nurses or even hospitals accountable for the actions that caused your child to suffer a birth injury. We represent clients throughout Alabama and Georgia, and we have secured multimillion-dollar settlements on their behalf.

A Compassionate Team Dedicated To You

At our law firm, we do not view these cases as a quick paycheck. We take these kinds of cases with the goal of seeking justice for you and your child and making sure these injuries never happen again. To help make this goal a reality, we fight to maximize the compensation you receive for injuries such as:

  • Bone birth injuries
  • Brain injuries
  • Intracranial hemorrhages
  • Soft tissue injuries
  • Spinal cord injuries
  • Cranial nerve injuries

No matter what kind of injury your child received, you can rest easy knowing that we are fighting for you. Instead of trying to balance your child’s recovery with your birth injury claim, allow us to act in your place to earn the compensation you deserve.

Someone To Stand By Your Side

When a hospital or its staff are responsible for an accident, they act fast to make things go away. Do not let them convince you to sign away your right to file a claim or to accept a lowball settlement offer. Contact our offices in Atlanta and Columbus right away by calling 706-320-9646 or emailing us here to schedule your initial consultation today, and let us hold the liable party accountable for your child’s injuries.