Preventable Harm: Jaundice And Hyperbilirubinemia

Jaundice (neonatal hyperbilirubinemia) is a treatable condition for which newborns can be tested. It is characterized by the presence of too much bilirubin in the blood. Unfortunately, undiagnosed and untreated jaundice is often anything but harmless.

At Jeffrey M. Goldberg Law Offices, we understand both the medical and human aspects of the birth injury and jaundice cases we handle, and we have earned a nationwide reputation for helping clients benefit to the fullest extent the law provides.

Give us a call today to discuss your specific situation in a free initial consultation. From offices in Chicago and Milwaukee, we serve clients across the country in medical malpractice cases.

Did Your Child Suffer Jaundice?

Bilirubin is the substance left behind when red blood cells break down. Newborn babies can have a difficult time processing bilirubin, causing it to build up in the bloodstream. When that occurs, a natural yellow pigment has the seemingly harmless effect of turning the baby's skin color yellow as well.

Our full-time registered nurse Margaret Oberts helps us to hold doctors accountable for untreated jaundice. We also have a full medical library we've built in our Chicago office. Our attorneys are committed to understanding the medicine behind these cases as well as or better than, the medical experts testifying against our clients do.

When a newborn with jaundice and hyperbilirubinemia went untreated and suffered brain damage, our attorneys were successful in obtaining a structured settlement worth more than $35 million for our client.

Contact Us For A Free Consultation

Does your doctor's explanation make no sense? Have complex conditions like kernicterus or Crigler-Najjar Syndrome been discussed with you? Talk to our lawyers. We offer free consultations and can provide you with a detailed, honest assessment of your potential claim.

To start the process, call 888-396-3914 or contact us online. We can talk by phone, meet with you at our offices in Chicago, Illinois, or Milwaukee, Wisconsin, or travel to meet with you at a more convenient location throughout the United States. No recovery, no fee.