Birth Trauma/ Injured Children

 

The Lipp Firm Has Experience With The Following Types Of Cases:

  • Brain Injured Children
  • Cerebral Palsy
  • Erb’s/brachial Plexus Palsy
  • Shoulder Dystocia
  • Wrongful Death
  • Premature Birth
  • Cesarean Section
  • Neonatal/pediatric Injury
  • Infection/meningitis
  • Other Serious Personal Injuries Caused By Medical Malpractice

The Lipp Firm Co., L.P.A.

Nothing is more tragic than a child who has been injured as a result of medical malpractice. Birth trauma, often resulting in brain injury, is an overwhelming tragedy. Should this unfortunate event affect you and your loved ones, an experienced, focused, birth trauma attorney needs to be retained immediately to help you think through the immediate and long-term needs of the child.

Robert W. Lipp III helps the injured party develop a plan for the child and navigate the rough waters of the activities that follow such an event. Big questions must be addressed and answered now. What kind of medical care does my child need? How can I get the best medical treatment for my child? Who is going to pay for it? Who are the best doctors? Where are they? Did the negligence of another cause this? What time deadlines do we have? How can we begin to recover costs and damages to deal with the ongoing issues after a birth trauma injury?

The Lipp Firm will thoroughly evaluate your claim! You may contact Mr. Lipp directly for a free and personal consultation at 1-888-801-LIPP1-888-801-LIPP (24 hours a day). Call today so your legal rights may be protected before time runs out. Mr. Lipp will use his experience and compassion gained through representing the injured and their families and, importantly, his significant experience gained by formerly representing hospitals and doctors in multi-million dollar, brain-injured children cases. You need a firm who knows how the defense reacts and proceeds in like cases. Mr. Lipp’s in-depth knowledge of medicine allows him to thoroughly and properly evaluate your claim at a time when you need it most, while you focus on the recovery of the injured.