Personal Injury

Hospital Infant Injuries & Child Injuries

Hospital Injuries to Infants and Children

Millions, if not billions, of children worldwide owe their lives to the wonderful care and treatment they receive at hospitals. Unfortunately, every year a number of children are injured or even killed by hospital errors and medical malpractice. These errors include medication administration errors, procedural errors, identity mistakes, night shift errors, and various other injuries.

In August 2016, potentially fatal Pseudomonas bacteria was uncovered in the neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) at Prince George’s County Hospital Center in the wake of two infant deaths. Hospitals that filter out and/or effectively treat water to reduce bacterial load succeed in protecting patients/babies from infection. If your baby has contracted a serious infection while hospitalized and/or in a NICU, please use the form below to contact Lieff Cabraser lawyer Fabrice Vincent for a free case consultation, or call us toll-free at 1 800 541-7358.

There is perhaps nothing more stressful and disturbing than the severe injury or death of a child. Our child injury attorneys work from a starting point of compassion and sensitivity, then bring their proven legal skills to bear in seeking justice and restitution for the harm done to a child.

Contact a Lawyer at Lieff Cabraser

We welcome your inquiry about an infant or child hospital error injury. You are welcome to use the form below to contact us, or call us toll-free at 1 (800) 541-7358 and ask to speak to infant/child injury lawyer Fabrice Vincent. There is no cost or obligation for our review of your child’s hospital injury case.

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