As medical malpractice attorneys, how do you help children with disabilities and special needs?

We give every family we work with a copy of Getting Everything Your Special Needs Child Deserves:  A Parent's Guide to Resources, a resource guide we published so parents can find out what resources are available for their child.  We developed this because we found many parents didn't have the time to investigate all of the resources that could help - special camps, respite care, therapies, etc.

As part of our investigation of every case we accept for a disabled child, we have a physician or qualified rehabilitation nurse prepare a comprehensive report outlining the services the child will need to maximize his abilities.  Many times, we will have the child and family evaluated by specialists to help determine the child's specific physical, emotional, and educational needs as well.

We've also published Picking Up the Pieces After Medical Malpractice: A Parent's Guide to help families struggling with medical malpractice in D.C., Maryland and Virginia make the best decisions for their family.

So it's a lot more than most people realize - but that's how we work.  So you can focus on what's best for your child.

Call us today to see if we can help your family.