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Michigan Birth Injury Lawyers

The birth of a child should be a joyous event. However, mistakes can be made by medical professionals that can be devastating. Preventable and critical mistakes in childbirth can cause irreversible brain damage, cerebral palsy, Erb’s palsy and seizure disorders. Many birth injuries affect children for the rest of their lives, causing severe emotional, medical and financial hardships for families.

When a birth injury occurs, it is important to contact an experienced and successful Michigan birth injury lawyer to evaluate your situation and help you obtain the compensation you deserve and need.

If your child was born with injuries, or there was a birth-related injury to the mother during delivery, the birth processes should be closely examined to determine whether the injury was a result of medical negligence. Contact the skilled an experienced Michigan birth injury lawyers of the Law Offices of Lee Steinberg to discuss your legal options.

Our firm handles a variety of birth injury cases throughout Michigan, including:

  • Cerebral Palsy
  • Erb’s Palsy
  • Shoulder Dystocia
  • Birth Hypoxia and Brain Damage
  • Failure to Perform a Timely C-section
  • Hydrocephalus

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We understand it can be difficult to travel to a lawyer. With offices throughout the State of Michigan, we can come to you. You pay nothing until we settle your Michigan medical malpractice case.

What To Do Next

The Law Offices of Lee Steinberg at 1-800-LEE-FREE are experts in Michigan birth injury law.

Please call Lee Free and Michigan birth injury lawyers at 1-800-LEE-FREE (1-800-533-3733) or fill out the Free Case Evaluation form so we can answer any questions you have about Michigan medical malpractice law.

We are the Michigan birth injury experts. You pay nothing until we win your case. Let us help you today.

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Q: Can birth injuries typically be reversed?
A: It depends. Sometimes they can be, but often they lead to permanent injury and profoundly impact the life of the baby.