Top Baltimore Birth Injury Lawyers - Maryland

Catastrophic accidents can happen at any moment. The pain and suffering that follow can affect an entire family. Struggling with your pain, supporting your family and negotiating with insurance companies are more than anyone should have to handle. Two brothers noticed that the hardworking people of Ohio did not have the support they needed when they suffered a serious injury. A law firm with the...

At Wais, Vogelstein, Forman & Offutt in Baltimore, Maryland, we focus primarily on medical malpractice claims; however, we also represent those who suffered an injury or loss caused by another individual or business's negligence or wrongdoing. Serving clients throughout Prince George's County, the Washington, D.C., metro region and all across the state, the attorneys at our law firm devote...

Baltimore County's Premiere Personal Injury Practice At The Law Offices of Markey & Orsi, we devote our practice to helping those who suffered a debilitating injury or devastating loss as the result of a preventable tragedy recover the compensation and benefits they deserve so that they can support themselves and their families. Serving all of Baltimore County and the surrounding areas from...

Comprehensive Medical Malpractice And Personal Injury Representation At Janet, Janet & Suggs, we devote our time and efforts to helping those who suffered an injury or loss as the result of someone else's negligence or wrongdoing. With nine locations across the country, our law firm is one of the largest in the nation dedicated to personal injury, medical malpractice and workers' compensation...

W. Scott Sonntag graduated from the University of Maryland with high honors in 1975 and obtained his law degree from Catholic University in 1979. Following graduation from law school, Scott served as a law clerk to The Honorable C. Murray Bernhardt of the United States Court of Claims. Scott is the sole principal of the Law Offices of W. Scott Sonntag, P.A. Prior to his work representing medical...

Need help after a Birth Injury?

You've come to the right place.  Child birth can be a dangerous proposition.  A difficult birth or improper prenatal or medical care can lead to a birth injury to the mother, or to permanent injury to the infant, including cerebral palsy.

If you or your child has been injured during a birth injury, an experienced birth injury lawyer may be able to help.

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