At Goldberg & Schulkin Law Offices, we represent families throughout the United States who have been harmed by pediatric negligence or by surgical mistakes involving newborns. We have the skills, the knowledge and the experience you need to handle your complex case.
Common pediatric negligence cases
Some conditions are fairly common in newborns, including jaundice and hyperbilirubinemia. In some cases, these medical issues may be temporary conditions that go away on their own. In others, medical intervention may be required. And medical professionals need to act fast to protect the health and well-being of the child.
Unfortunately, some doctors, nurses or other health care workers don't pay attention to such warning signs and fail to take immediate action. As a result, untreated medical conditions like jaundice can lead to permanent brain damage.
Sometimes, newborn children require surgical care. Pediatric surgery requires highly skilled surgical teams. Timing is also critical. Waiting a few days or even a few hours or minutes to operate can result in a serious, permanent injury, including brain damage.
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Medical professionals often refuse to admit they did anything wrong, especially when it comes to mistakes involving the health of infants or young children. That's because such injuries can be serious and permanent, resulting in a lifelong physical or mental disability.
There's also the issue of money. If medical malpractice occurred, the doctor or hospital that harmed your child could be forced to pay your family thousands or even millions of dollars. That's why many medical professionals refuse to admit malpractice.
We believe people should be held accountable for their actions. If someone caused your child's injury or failed to properly treat their illness, they should be held accountable for their actions. We're here for you when your family needs us most. Contact our law firm and schedule your free case evaluation today.