There are many policies that could lend themselves to duplicity or argument; few are as straightforward as those dealing with the care of children. But, children cannot and should not have to fend for themselves; which is why they should always come first.
That is why this article caught our eye. You see, we serve the needs of special-needs children and their parents in the District, Maryland, and Virginia. Some children, who are affected by a preventable medical error like Cerebral Palsy, have lifelong care needs that will far exceed what the parent or caregiver is able to pay. For this reason, it is important to have an attorney review your situation so that he can determine whether or not you are due some compensation for birth injuries and other medical and hospital mistakes. You may need compensation so you can get the resources your disbled child will need; a wheelchair-accessible van, home modifications, and additional nursing care are just a few examples of things that can help your special-needs child.
You shouldn't have to rely on the government. And even if you have it now, who knows whether that funding will be available in 10 or 20 years when you need it?
At Donahoe Kearney, we will review your case for absolutely no cost and no obligation. And we will be honest with you about whether or not we think you have a case. Federal funding may not cover assistance for children and families, and you will never know if your situation could have been prevented unless you ask. Give us a call at 202-393-3320 today to speak with a real person, or send us an email at [email protected]