Step 1: Confirm Your Eligibility

Disability Benefits and Malpractice Settlements

If you believe your child has a birth injury that may have been caused by negligent medical care, you may qualify for damages.

7 in 1000 Children May Be Injured

How Your Child May Be Injured

Unfortunately, some babies suffer avoidable injuries and may deal with complications for the rest of their lives. These injuries happen because of the doctor or midwife not properly delivering the child, nurses not paying attention to warnings that the monitoring devices may give, improper use of delivery tools like forceps and vacuums, or other complications.

Some avoidable birth injuries are not related to delivery or prenatal care. Some infants suffer injuries before they are born because of the mother’s exposure to workplace chemicals, drugs with improper warning labels, and other circumstances outside of the mother’s control.

Injuries and Symptoms

Some injuries may be difficult to detect, or you may not realize that they are not genetic. Below are some common birth injuries and their symptoms. If your child has suffered these or other injuries, fill out the form today to see if you may qualify for a consultation:


Brain damage
Fractured skull
Misshapen skull
Cleft palate
Heart defects
Club foot


Lack of oxygen during delivery
Improper delivery methods
Improper use of delivery tools
Off-label medication
Misprescribed medication