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Personal Injury is defined as a physical or psychological injury caused by the negligence of another person, company, government agency or other entity.

These incidents and the resulting injuries can be devastating for victims. So, from holding those at fault accountable to ensuring the settlement fits the severity of your injuries, you need a legal team who can get you justice.


A Traumatic Brain Injury is a sudden event where shock or trauma causes damage to the brain.

Though often hard to detect because symptoms may not appear until weeks after the event, the short- and long-term impact of such injuries can be catastrophic for victims and their families.


A Birth Injury is defined as a physical injury or trauma sustained by a newborn child during labor and delivery.

Though the financial burden from a Birth Injury can be devasting, the emotional toll it takes on a family is often far worse.

Common examples of Birth Injury include but are not limited to:

– Cerebral palsy
– Erb’s palsy
– Brain damage from reduced blood flow (ischemia)
– Injuries from lack of oxygen (hypoxia)
– Infections/sepsis
– Shoulder dystocia
– Kernicterus
– Uterine rupture
– Fetal distress
– Umbilical cord compression


Medical Malpractice is the third leading cause of death in the United States after heart disease and cancer, and it is also one of the most complex legal issues an induvial can face.

Examples of Medical Malpractice include but are not limited to:

– Failure to diagnose or treat a medical condition
– Misdiagnosis of a medical condition
– Failure to administer medications properly
– Failure to prescribe the correct medication/dose
– Anesthesia errors
– Surgical errors
– Failure to follow up on lab tests and
radiological studies
– Birth injuries