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  • Birth Injury Lawsuits: Discovery Overview

    Discovery is a formal phase in a birth injury lawsuit where the two parties, the victim (plaintiff) and the negligent health care provider ...
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  • Amniotic Fluid Embolism (AFE)

    An amniotic fluid embolism (AFE) is a medical emergency where the mother’s blood stream is contaminated by amniotic fluid or other fetal debris (cells ...
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  • Microcephaly

    Microcephaly (Greek for “small head”) is a generic term for a head that unusually small. There are specific measurements that help doctors to ...
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  • Birth Injury Settlements

    The decision about whether to accept a birth injury settlement always rests with you, our client. We understand how difficult and expensive it can be ...
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  • Birth Injury Trials

    Every lawyer hopes that a case will settle for a fair amount—it provides some certainty, limits case expenses, and means that the victims will not ...
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  • How To Estimate The Value of Your Birth Injury Claim

    One expert vital to your birth injury lawsuit is the economist. While the medical experts prove that the defendants violated the standards of care and ...
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  • Socialization for Children with Injuries or Disabilities

    Child socialization may be negatively affected by birth injury complications. According to the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, ...
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  • What Is a Life Care Plan?

    A life care plan is a tool used by lawyers to prove to a jury the types and amounts of services, products and medicines that a child will need ...
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