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What to Expect From a Birth Injury Lawsuit

Every day in the United States, a family experiences a birth injury due to medical malpractice. When a medical professional fails to exercise reasonable professional care during a childbirth procedure, the mother and the infant both face risks of extreme or even fatal injury. If your family recently experienced any type of birth injury, call our firm to learn how a San Diego birth injury attorney can assist you. The [...]

By |December 30th, 2020|

Most Common Birth Injuries

A birth injury of any kind can be a devastating incident for a family. Some birth injuries will entail long-term complications for the mother and/or her child. Some of them are incredibly damaging or even fatal. Kenneth M. Sigelman & Associates understands how devastating birth injuries of any kind can be, and we are dedicated to providing comprehensive and reliable legal counsel to any family that has experienced such an [...]

By |December 30th, 2020|

How to Choose the Right Birth Injury Attorney

A birth injury claim is a serious legal matter, and it’s essential to find the right legal representative to handle your case. If you need a birth injury attorney in San Diego, there are several steps you should take before making any kind of contractual commitment for representation. Hiring the wrong attorney could potentially lead to substantially less compensation than a better attorney could have secured on your behalf. Ultimately, [...]

By |October 12th, 2020|

New Medical Malpractice Laws for the Military

In December of 2019, the National Defense Authorization Act was signed into law. This new law changed a very important aspect of military service for service members throughout the country. Where they were previously barred from filing medical malpractice claims against military medical providers under the Feres Doctrine, the National Defense Authorization Act now allows for the filing of such claims. The passing of the National Defense Authorization Act certainly [...]

By |July 13th, 2020|

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