It’s difficult for a parent to see their child suffer when sick, knowing that if you could, you would take the pain away. When a parent discovers that their child’s medical condition has been made worse or that their life has been put at risk because of a medical professionals mistake, that knowledge can be devastating.
Common forms of medical malpractice include:
- Surgical Errors
- Anesthesia Mistakes
- Prescription Errors
However it happens, the medical professional responsible should be made to pay for their mistake and the damage it has caused.
One of the most important days in a parent’s life is the day their child is born. Every precaution must be taken to protect the health and life of the mother and child. Despite knowing this fact, medical professionals make serious mistakes that impact all involved.
Let Our Delaware Attorneys Fight To Protect Your Child’s Future
For many, taking legal action can feel like an overwhelming prospect but with the right attorney by your side, you can rest easy. The legal team at Schuster Jachetti LLP has been helping parents fight aggressively for the compensation their family needs to ensure that their child gets the best care possible.
Our legal team fully appreciates that when seeking legal assistance a client needs to pick the law firm that they feel is the best fit. This is why we offer a free initial consultation during which we will review your case and discuss each of your legal options.
We understand that the best way to build an excellent client-attorney relationship is through communication and anytime a change occurs in a case we update our client.
How Long Does A Child Injury Lawsuit Take?
Lawsuits take time simply because it is important for our legal time to collect as much relevant evidence as possible. The fastest a lawsuit may resolve is after several months but it may take more than a year.
This shouldn’t deter parents from filing a lawsuit, as this may be the only way to obtain the compensation that is needed.
What Sort Of Compensation Can Be Obtained Through A Lawsuit?
When a child injury lawsuit plaintiff recovers compensation, that compensation may cover medical expenses, physical pain and suffering, and emotional trauma. If the worst occurs and the child dies from their injuries, funeral and burial benefits may also be recoverable.
To learn more about how you and your family can hold negligent medical professionals responsible for their actions, contact our law firm today.