Choose the Highest-Quality Legal Representation When Your Child Is Injured
Newborns are extremely vulnerable, but during delivery, their small bodies stand up to a lot of force. Sometimes, however, the pressure is too much and their bones break. There are instances when breaking a newborn’s bone, especially the collarbone, is done intentionally to help the birthing process. However, if your infant was born with broken bones, you deserve to have your questions answered. For example, were the fractures caused by improper forceps delivery?
Our Lawyers’ Investigations Have Resulted in Multimillion-Dollar Awards
At Queller, Fisher, Washor, Fuchs & Kool, L.L.P., our experienced medical malpractice lawyers work closely with medical experts to provide the highest-quality legal representation. Working together, we investigate the cause of your baby’s broken bones and if they were caused by medical negligence, we vigorously pursue the compensation you deserve.
Our birth injury attorneys have helped countless families and their children seek the financial recovery they needed after their children suffered broken bones during delivery. On behalf of our clients, our lawyers have recovered multimillion dollar awards, and because we take cases on a contingency basis, you do not owe anything unless you recover. To schedule your free consultation, call 212-406-1700 or contact us online.
Experienced Lawyers Handling Injury Claims for Newborns With Broken Bones
Due to the fact that newborns are so delicate, there is some risk inherent in all childbirths, but substandard medical care is never acceptable. If your child suffered from a preventable injury during childbirth, it is important to hold the responsible parties accountable for your child’s suffering.
Especially in the case of a broken collarbone, or clavicle, an infant’s broken bone can heal quickly and without complications if treated promptly. Delay in detection of the break or in treatment could complicate the child’s recovery, and not all breaks are so easy to fix. A broken thighbone often takes longer to heal and could require complete immobilization of the newborn’s leg.
Call our New York City Birth Injury Lawyers
Parents’ first concern is the safety and well-being of their children. If you child has suffered from the pain of a broken bone caused by medical negligence, you deserve compensation. Call 212-406-1700 to speak with our experienced birth injury lawyers. You can also contact us online to schedule your free consultation.