Queller, Fisher, Washor, Fuchs & Kool, L.L.P.

Infant Deaths

Our Attorneys Seek Justice for Your Child

Parents who lose a child experience some of the worst possible grief. The parental instinct to protect and care for a child leaves many parents feeling helpless after a wrongful death. When the death could have been prevented, most parents are justifiably angry as well.

If you have lost an infant to wrongful death, you can turn to the attorneys at Queller, Fisher, Washor, Fuchs & Kool, L.L.P., for help. We work diligently to help parents hold negligent parties accountable for the death of their child. While we understand that money cannot bring your child back, we know that there is some measure of comfort in receiving justice for your child. You may also find solace in knowing that you may have prevented the same tragedy from happening to another family.

Call Us to Learn How We Can Help

Our cases are taken on a contingency fee basis. If we accept your case, there is no fee unless we recover damages for you. For a free consultation with our New York personal injury attorneys, please call 212.406.1700 or contact us online.

Fatal Birth Injuries

The death of an infant can be the result of medical malpractice during prenatal care, the birth or postnatal care. Some of the most common birth injuries and instances of malpractice include:

Our law firm’s success with complex medical malpractice and birth injury claims is well-known. We have obtained many successful verdicts and settlements in this area of law. Working with medical experts, we will gather and review your child’s medical records and conduct an investigation. Your family may be eligible for compensation for medical bills, pain and suffering, funeral expenses and the loss of a loved one.

Contact Our New York Infant Deaths Lawyers

To make an appointment, please call 212.406.1700 or contact us online. Your consultation is free.

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