Birth injuries resulting from a doctor’s negligence are some of most devastating and emotional personal injury cases. A once healthy baby now faces a complicated life filled with mental, physical and emotional challenges. Although you can never change what has happened to your son or daughter, hiring a skilled and accomplished attorney can help you recover compensation and a much-needed sense of justice.
I am attorney Stephen I. Leshner, a Board Certified Specialist in Injury and Wrongful Death Litigation. With more than 35 years of experience, I have the knowledge and skill needed to help secure compensation for your injured child. Please contact me to discuss your options during a free initial consultation.
I have secured millions of dollars in compensation in birth injury cases involving:
- Cerebral Palsy
- Erb’s Palsy
- Traumatic brain injury
- Severe nerve damage
- Wrongful death
- And other serious birth injuries
Do You Have a Case?
I understand the devastation parents go through as they deal with their child’s injuries. It is understandable to want answers. However, not all claims of negligence during delivery translate into a solid birth injury lawsuit. In fact, the cost of filing a claim may outweigh any potential recovery.
It is important to remember that the injury to your baby must be life altering, and by definition, the birth injury must be the direct result of a doctor or nurse’s negligence. Please see my medical malpractice video and blog to learn more.
Contact Stephen I. Leshner, P.C.
I intentionally limit the types and number of cases I handle at any given time. This approach allows me to spend time with each of my clients and learn how an injury has affected them. In addition, because I prepare strong cases, insurance companies are often more willing to negotiate a settlement rather than go to court, saving my clients time, anxiety and money.
If you believe your baby was injured due to a medical negligence, please contact me online or call 602 266-9000 to schedule a free initial consultation to discuss the facts of your case.