Birth Injury Attorneys in Northwest Florida
Representing Victims with Birth Injuries in NW Florida
Birth injuries have long-lasting effects. Some birth injuries can cause partial paralysis in a body part or cause a permanently clenched hand. Other forms can result in cerebral palsy and a deficiency in work or recreational activities. While many such sufferers can go on to lead meaningful and successful lives, some can face significant mental, physical, and emotional challenges during their lives. At Perry & Young, P.A., our lawyers represent victims in medical malpractice litigation cases. We believe that victims who have suffered injuries as the result of medical negligence deserve medical care and financial resources that can enable them to be all that they can be. If your loved one has suffered an injury due to the negligence of a physician, we can help.
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Other Types of Injuries Resulting from Medical Negligence
Our attorneys will also examine the effect the birth injury has had and will have on your child or significant other’s life. We will seek maximum compensation for all physical, financial, and emotional losses.
Investigations by medical experts can be costly and require significant outlays during the litigation process. As a successful personal injury firm, we have the financial resources to pay for these investigations.