Medical Malpractice in DC involving a child.
How do you know if your child was a victim of medical malpractice? Most of the time, you don’t know right away. But if you suspect that the hospital and doctors haven’t done everything they were supposed to or gave you all the information you needed to know, you should take action now that can help you, your child, and your family.
Just watch this interview with our friend LaTonya. You'll see exactly how it all works with us - and learn about an incredible, inspiring story.
When should you investigate a medical malpractice case for your child in DC?
Most parents don’t have the time or energy to consider whether their child’s injuries were caused by medical malpractice because they’re too busy taking care of their child’s special needs. And let's face it, the hospital isn't going to tell you that - we had one medical malpractice case against a hospital in DC where they knew the baby was injured at birth because of something they did - but didn't tell the mother until 18 years later, even though she continued to bring him to the hospital for treatment of his cerebral palsy.
But most of all, you are worried about their child’s future because your baby may need to be taken care of for the rest of his life, and at some point, you won't be able to care for him anymore.
A medical malpractice case can give you the resources you need to take care of your child for the rest of his life.
How easy is it to talk to an experienced DC Medical Malpractice Lawyer?
Get your FREE copy of PICKING UP THE PIECES: A PARENT'S GUIDE. You'll be glad you did. You owe it to yourself, your child, and your family to get the information you need.
You need the information that can help you answer the lingering questions. You have the right to know. You need the answers - for both yourself and your child.
All you need to do is take that first step. It’s a difficult subject to talk about but we can help. Call us today at (202) 393 –3320 so we can start working with you to get those answers. You'll speak to a caring person who will talk to you, give you the basics of the process, and let you know what your next steps might be. There's no fee for talking to us, and there's no cost to having your case investigated.
Give us a call today at 202-393-3320.
LaTonya and Jeremiah, 15 years later.