Parents of Children with Special Needs Have Even More to Worry About
Every parent worries about their children. But when a child's special needs, injury, or disability are caused by a preventable medical mistake at birth or in a hospital, you have even more to worry about. For example, how will you provide for your child's therapies, medical needs, nursing care, wheelchairs, transportation and equipment they need? All of this is very expensive, and you may be barely keeping up with it. Worse yet, who will care for your child if something happens to you? And what will you do when your child is grown but can't support himself because of his disabilities?
We Can Help Take Care of Your Worries After Your Child Has a Injury at Birth.
These are things our clients worry about every day. We developed and published a resource guide, free to any parent of a special needs child and that can help with resources that are available in the D.C. area - camps, respite care, transportation, etc. But how can you pay for it all or keep it going?
If you have questions about medical malpractice, we investigate the cause of a child's disability to see if there were preventable medical mistakes that caused your child's injuries - mistakes the hospital never told you about, but always suspected by the way you were treated.
There Is No Substitute For Getting All Of The Information About Your Child's Condition. We Help Get That For You.
If you're child has suffered from an injury at birth, you may need an experienced birth injury attorney to help you navigate the complexities of a medical malpractie investigation. If you would like more information about investigating whether preventable medical mistakes were the cause of a child's serious medical condition, call us today at (202) 393 - 3320. Let us start taking care of some of those worries.
Ready to Take Action Now?
If you had premature labor, pre-eclampsia, or any other birth complications you need to speak to a lawyer now to find out if your child's injury could have been prevented. Call us today at 202-393-3320 and you will speak with a Case Assessment Specialist who wants to hear your story. Anything shared with our Case Assessment Specialist is completely confidential.