Birth Injuries Are Prevalent.
Medical mistakes that occur prior to labor (prenatal), during delivery or immediately following childbirth can all lead to birth injuries.
1 in every 9,714 children in the U.S. are born with a birth injury, around 28,000 children per year. The 10 most common birth injuries include: Brachial Plexus Palsy (Erb’s Palsy), bone fractures, cephalohematoma, caput succedaneum, perinatal asphyxia, intracranial hemorrhage, subconjunctival hemorrhage, facial paralysis, spinal cord injuries, and cerebral palsy.
We Aggressively Pursue Birth Injury Cases.
The birth injury attorneys at Cowan & Hilgeman will investigate your case, gather all relevant evidence, consult with specialized experts and present your case. We are committed to recovering maximum compensation. Birth injuries leave long-lasting effects that require specialty physicians, treatment and medications. These costs are significant. The birth injury attorneys at Cowan & Hilgeman seek maximum compensation to provide for these future costs.
- Brain Damage
- Cerebral Palsy
- Erb’s Palsy
- Fetal Death / Newborn Death
- Oxygen Deprivation
- Preventable Birth Defects
- Spinal Cord Injuries
We pride ourselves on client satisfaction and strive to fully explain:
- All Compensation Available Under Ohio Law
- Medical Bills – Who Pays and How to Get Them Paid
- Lost Wage Repayment
- Out-of-Pocket Cost Reimbursement
- Collection of Medical Records and Bills
- Value of Pain and Suffering
- Expert Reports
- Property Damage Repairs and Diminished Value Claims
Cowan & Hilgeman has the experience and resources that are necessary to fully investigate your case and prosecute your claims. If you have questions regarding your claims or benefits, call us today to schedule a free birth injury case consultation.
Why wait? No Risk – No Fee – No Obligation.
See for yourself why so many clients have trusted the birth injury accident attorneys at Cowan & Hilgeman to protect their rights. We are proud to offer free face-to-face birth injury case evaluations.
Please contact the Dayton Personal Injury Lawyers at Cowan & Hilgeman to schedule your free initial office consultation today.
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Our personal injury lawyers have recovered millions of dollars for satisfied clients and often take cases other firms routinely reject. We are committed to results and take an individual approach to each case. One size does not fit all!