New York Birth Injury Attorney
For many people, the most precious moments in their life are the few moments during birth when their child is brought into the world and they become new parents. However, negligence that occurs before birth, during delivery, or shortly after birth can result in a birth injury that will impact the infant's life, and the life of the family, forever.
At Tolmage, Peskin, Harris & Falick, our New York birth injury lawyers help families find answers about what happened to their child and help them learn how to move forward.
We offer advice and guidance through the process of obtaining rightful compensation. Contact our New York birth injury attorneys for assistance in New York City, including Manhattan, Staten Island, Queens, Brooklyn, and the Bronx.
NY City Cerebral Palsy Lawyers
When a child suffers a birth injury, such as cerebral palsy (CP), Erb's palsy, or shoulder dystocia, it is often a result of some form of negligence, such as:
Our New York birth injury lawyers hold obstetricians, doctors, nurses, other medical staff, and the medical facility accountable when their negligent actions result in a birth injury. We investigate the incident reviewing hospital policies, medical records, and other information. We utilize leading medical experts to determine if the care provided was substandard and therefore medical malpractice.
Our NYC attorneys act quickly to preserve evidence, such as medical records, before they are tampered with or destroyed. We utilize all means necessary to obtain rightful compensation which can reduce financial strain on the family and enhance the infant's future. We offer compassion and support while aggressively pursuing justice.
Contact New York Birth Injury Lawyers
Speak with our experienced New York City birth injury attorneys at Tolmage, Peskin, Harris & Falick. Call us toll free at 877.298.3201 or contact us.
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The law firm of Tolmage, Peskin, Harris & Falick represents clients in all five boroughs of New York: Manhattan, Staten Island, Queens, Brooklyn and the Bronx, as well as Suffolk County, Nassau County, Westchester County, Rockland County, and the remainder of the State of New York.
The discussion on this page is generic and not specific to NY law and, in fact NY law may be materially different.