The occurrence of a birth injury is one of the saddest moments in a parent’s life. When complications during labor or delivery result in a birth injury, a parent’s greatest fear may be realized.
During the difficult time immediately following a birth injury, it is important for the parents to seek legal advice to find out if there is any legal action they can take against the doctor or other health care staff. If medical malpractice or negligence on the part of the obstetrician or delivery nurse caused the infant’s injury, then a legal action for medical malpractice may provide the relief of financial security for the injured child throughout his or her lifetime.
Kennedy, Johnson, Schwab & Roberge, L.L.C., is a medical malpractice and personal injury law firm located in New Haven, Connecticut, serving the people of Connecticut since 1988.
As sad as a birth injury case is, our attorneys take great professional pride in handling these cases with the utmost compassion and skill — using our legal knowledge to force a fair settlement or a jury award that will give the child and parents the financial means to access all future medical and life care made necessary by the doctor’s malpractice.
Kennedy, Johnson, Schwab & Roberge, L.L.C., recently resolved a birth injury case in which the delay of delivery caused cerebral palsy. The case settled for $1.2 million dollars. Read more on our Cases & Verdicts page.
Birth injury cases are complex medically and emotionally. In addition, they are often very expensive to pursue. Our lawyers have the time, experience and resources necessary to compassionately and successfully resolve birth injury cases.
Our attorneys handle all types of birth injury cases, from complications of labor and delivery to malpractice in pregnancy, prenatal and neonatal care.
We strive to provide our clients with informed and accurate legal advice and representation, maintaining a balanced perspective at a time when high emotions can often lead to poor decision making. Birth injuries often affect babies and families for the rest of their lives. Our objective in birth injury cases is to assure that families receive the compensation necessary to provide for the needs of the family and the child over their lifetime.
At Kennedy, Johnson, Schwab & Roberge, L.L.C., we handle all birth injury cases on a contingency fee basis. This means that we do not get paid unless and until you receive a settlement or a jury award.
Arrange a free consultation with a compassionate and knowledgeable personal injury lawyer. Email our New Haven firm now or call 866-689-1248.
At Kennedy, Johnson, Schwab & Roberge, L.L.C., we handle all Birth Injuries cases on a contingency fee basis. This means that we do not get paid unless and until you receive a settlement or a jury award.
Schedule a free, confidential consultation with a skilled Connecticut personal injury lawyer today. Contact us online or call our New Haven law firm directly at 866-689-1248.
Wrongful death/medical malpractice case against Stamford Hospital.
Brain injury caused by surgical error of neurosurgeon.
Medical malpractice wrongful death claim.
Medical malpractice verdict after trial for wrongful death.
Brain injury caused by post operative cleansing of a wound.
Medical malpractice verdict after trial for a traumatic brain injury caused by mis-intubation.
Failure to diagnose a rare form of cancer.
Man who died from a heart attack weeks after they say two doctors misdiagnosed his heart condition.
Failure to diagnose and treat a subdural bleed resulting in death.
Wrongful death claim involving a kidney transplant.
Delayed delivery of infant caused disability to and subsequent death of infant child.
Negligent performance of a laparoscopic sigmoid resection surgery which resulted in a bleed and subsequent death.
Surgical Error - Death following error in aortic dissection.
Failure to diagnose melanoma - Medical malpractice wrongful death case.
Failure to properly treat colon cancer.
Medical malpractice for failure to diagnose a heart condition leading to death of plaintiff.
Failure to diagnose a 29-year-old woman with a hemorrhagic cerebral vascular accident.
Misdiagnosis of lung cancer resulting in death.
Medical malpractice for anesthesia error.
Impending myocardial infarction (heart attack) in 53 year old man.