Philadelphia How Do You Prove That a Birth Injury Caused Cerebral Palsy?
Proving that cerebral palsy resulted from a birth injury is difficult, but an experienced birth injury lawyer can help. Cerebral palsy is a tragic, life-changing disorder that may have a devastating effect on a child and its family, and it is especially tragic when it could have been prevented. If your child’s cerebral palsy was caused by a birth injury due to medical negligence, a birth injury or medical malpractice lawyer...
Philadelphia How Do You Split a Wrongful Death Settlement?
How money is split in a wrongful death settlement depends upon what survivors the deceased person left behind. Each state has its own laws as to how money will be split in a wrongful death settlement. In Pennsylvania, according to statute PA §§ Title 42, Chap 83, Section 8301, surviving spouses, children, and parents can get money in a wrongful death pay-out. Siblings, aunts, uncles, grandparents and other relatives...
Philadelphia Can You Sue for Chemical Burns?
If you are the victim of another’s negligent actions, you may wonder, can you sue for chemical burns? If you have experienced a chemical burn, you know that they are unbelievably painful. They can cause serious injury and result in lasting medical issues. Additionally, the experiences associated with chemical burns may affect your emotional well-being. Depending upon the circumstances surrounding your burn, you may be ent...
Philadelphia How Much is a Spinal Cord Injury Worth?
Our Attorney Can Help You Get Compensation for Your Spinal Injury Spinal cord injuries can cause tremendous pain and suffering, as they often affect vital body functions -- including the ability to use arms and legs, speak, think clearly, take care of daily needs -- and to work and earn a living. Victims of severe spinal injuries may wind up paralyzed and require expensive continuing care for a lifetime, and some injuries may...
Philadelphia Can You Sue for a Bad C-section?
A Birth Injury Lawyer Can Determine Whether You Are Able to Sue For a Bad C-Section It is possible to sue for a bad C-section, if the injuries that resulted were caused by a medical practitioner’s negligence or fault. A birth injury lawyer can help you determine whether you have a case. While not all C-section injuries are the result of medical malpractice, if you or your child has suffered serious injury or someone has die...