The Most Devastating Kind of Injury
Mistakes made by doctors, nurses and technicians in the delivery room can result in catastrophic injuries that can last a lifetime for the baby or mother.
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At Shamberg, Johnson & Bergman, we understand how much a birth injury affects your family. Birth injuries are among the most emotional of all medical malpractice injuries because they harm the most vulnerable victims.
Our trial attorneys and staff are compassionate about your losses and will be by your side throughout the process. We go beyond the legal issues, as we help you seek the medical, social and financial support services you need.
"Since 1949, families throughout the Kansas City region have turned to our firm for the professional, experienced and effective representation they need when a catastrophic injury affects a loved one. We are responsive, caring and committed to meeting your needs." — Partner, Vic Bergman
Contact either of our offices in Kansas City and Overland Park to arrange a free consultation with a member of our litigation team.
We represent families affected by birth injuries to mother and baby, including:
- Hospital errors
- C Section injuries
- Cerebral palsy
- Erb's palsy
- Forceps injuries
- Traumatic brain injury to baby
- Improper prenatal and postnatal medical negligence
Winning a Medical Negligence Case
We often receive calls from clients whose doctors made a general mistake by misdiagnosing a condition or prescribing the wrong medication. Medical negligence cases such as birth injuries have gotten very difficult to prove and win over the past several years.
If you have a birth injury case in which you can show actual medical and financial damages, we can help you fight to protect your rights. We have the professional and technical resources of independent experts to help us prepare the strongest case possible for a settlement or jury award.
Contact us to schedule a free consultation with one of our lawyers. We represent clients throughout Missouri, Kansas, Iowa, Oklahoma and Nebraska.