Birth injury attorneys you can trust
Paralysis of the face sometimes occurs among newborn children due to birth injuries. Sometimes, such injuries are temporary. Other times, facial paralysis caused by certain types of birth injuries can be permanent.
One of the most common types of facial paralysis among newborn babies is Bell's palsy, which renders the child unable to move the muscles on one side of the face. This medical condition often only lasts a few weeks or months. But Bell's palsy can sometimes be permanent.
Whatever type of facial paralysis injury you're dealing with, make sure your child's medical condition is taken seriously right from the start. Make sure you talk to an experienced birth injury attorney. Make sure you meet with a lawyer at Jeffrey M. Goldberg Law Offices, P.C.