Santa Clarita Injury Attorneys
Experience You Can Trust
Our nationally recognized birth injury law firm can provide the resources you need to fight against hospitals and insurance companies. We are not just representing your child against a single doctor or hospital but against an entire industry.
Beam Legal Team joins forces with some of the most prominent trial lawyers in the United States, pooling our skills, experience, and resources to bring our clients the advocacy they deserve. We have worked with Geoffrey Fieger, who has won innumerable multi-million dollar awards for his clients. He is a relentless advocate of individual and civil rights.
Together, we have over one billion dollars in verdicts and birth injury settlements.
Oakland County, Michigan
In 2011, Beam Legal Team achieved one of the highest birth injury verdicts in American history. A jury in Detroit found that the labor and delivery nurses, obstetrician, and residents committed several negligent acts during both the prenatal and labor and delivery periods...
Iowa City, Iowa
Attorney Jack Beam and Attorney Matt Patterson of Beam Legal Team, LLC in Chicago secured a $97.4 million verdict in a birth trauma lawsuit. The case unfolded in an Iowa City court, and the verdict was the largest of its kind in Iowa state history.
Cook County, Illinois
A jury has rejected the “unknown infection” argument presented by the defense and awarded more than $50 million to the Ewing family after a birth injury caused Isaiah Ewing’s cerebral palsy.
Cuyahoga County, Ohio
In Cleveland, Ohio, Beam Legal Team won a record $30 million for a brain damaged 17-year-old boy. A Cuyahoga County jury found that the obstetrician, along with the now defunct hospital, were negligent in neglecting to deliver baby Walter Hollins earlier. Witnesses testified that Walter’s mother waited for two hours to receive an “emergency” Caesarian section. During that time, the flow of oxygen to Baby Walter’s brain was devastatingly reduced...
Washington County, Pennsylvania
Beam Legal Team secured a $26 million verdict for Ryan Taylor, an infant whose hypoglycemia went undiagnosed and untreated. In this case, the doctors and hospital in Washington County, Pennsylvania, violated their own policies and procedures, which required a newborn to be monitored and screened for low blood sugar. All this newborn baby needed was a little sugar water in the nursery...
Dollars for our Clients