Louisville Birth Injury Lawyers

A birth injury is caused to a baby’s body before, during or immediately after birth. When a complication arises during pregnancy or during labor and delivery, doctors and nurses must act quickly, making sound decisions that keep a newborn safe and healthy. At Dolt, Thompson, Shepherd & Conway, PSC, we represent parents of newborns who have suffered birth injuries. Our firm seeks compensation that gives parents the resources to provide their injured child with the best care possible.

If your child is the victim of a birth injury, contact an attorney from Dolt, Thompson, Shepherd & Conway, PSC. Our firm offers a free initial consultation and handles all cases on a contingent fee basis.

We Have the Time and Resources to Handle Your Case

Most law firms are unable to provide the time and resources necessary to effectively handle a birth injury lawsuit, specifically as it relates to obstetric malpractice. Our firm has the experience and financial resources that are needed to go up against hospitals, physicians and their large insurance companies. Over the past 20 years, we have secured verdicts in excess of $20 million in birth injury cases involving:

We handle a small number of cases at any given time. This provides each client with very personalized attention. Our firm’s successes are rooted in the way we approach each injured client and his or her concerns as we seek fair compensation.

Contact a Kentucky Forceps Injury Attorney at Our Law Firm

At Dolt, Thompson, Shepherd & Conway, PSC, we help parents get the compensation they need to provide for their children — now and years from now. In addition to seeking compensation, we are able to help parents set up trusts and establish caregivers to ensure the child is well taken care of for life. Contact our Louisville law firm to learn how we can help.

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