Did Your Child Suffer Hypoxic-Ischemic Encephalopathy?
Brain Injuries at Birth & the Rights of Families
Hypoxic-Ischemic Encephalopathy (HIE) is a potentially fatal condition where the brain does not receive enough oxygen or blood flow. If you suspect that your baby suffered HIE during labor and delivery, you need to seek the help of Beam Legal Team. Our Chicago HIE attorneys fully understand that when you pursue a medical malpractice claim, you are taking on the multi-billion dollar medical-hospital-insurance industry, not just a doctor or nurse.
HIE can cause permanent damage to the baby during labor and delivery including:
- Mental disability
- Cerebral palsy
- Motor deficits
- Need for full-time attendant care
- Brain damage
Our firm works with some of the finest trial lawyers in America, combining our resources, skills, and medical experts. Over the years we have secured over one billion dollars in verdicts and settlements for children with birth injuries such as mental retardation caused by HIE.
Not sure how to proceed? Schedule a free consultation when you call (866) 766-3806. We handle cases nationwide.
Chicago HIE Lawyers Dedicated to Serving Children Across the U.S.
HIE cases can be very difficult and stretch on for years. It requires a unique dedication to pursue a case for many years when necessary against some of the largest insurance companies in the world. Our firm and the professionals that we work with across the country embody the qualities required for success under these conditions. We are here to help your child.
We have made it our focus and firm commitment to aggressively protect the rights of brain-injured children. During the past three decades, we have joined with some of the finest trial lawyers in America and pooled our resources, skills, and medical analysts to fight for brain-injured children. Of all those attorneys we have ever teamed up with, none is more skilled or comes more prepared to the courtroom than Geoffrey Fieger, a man who has won innumerable multi-million dollar awards and been an advocate for civil rights and individual liberties.
To discuss your child's HIE condition, please give our office a call as soon as possible.