Having a new baby should be a joyous moment for your family, not one marred by grief and pain. Unfortunately, some medical errors can lead to lasting birth injuries, especially when those errors lead to a hypoxic event—meaning that the baby has not received adequate oxygen to the brain.
If your family has been forced to face the consequences of a preventable hypoxic injury, our Baltimore attorneys are ready to provide the compassionate and skilled legal representation that you deserve. At Brown & Barron, we believe in holding medical providers accountable when they have been negligent with their patients’ care, and with that focus on social responsibility, we will fight for the fair compensation you need for your family.
More Than 137 Years of Legal Experience
At Brown & Barron, our Baltimore team combines over 130 years of legal experience in medical malpractice law, including birth injury cases and other related areas. Determined to restore lives after serious instances of negligence, our tireless team will fight on behalf of you and your family.
Although nothing can truly compensate for your losses, seeking financial restitution can help you provide for your child—and seek adequate lifelong care for any disabilities caused by a doctor’s carelessness. Contact our team today to schedule a free case review.
Compensation for a Hypoxic Brain injury
If you pursue a civil case for a hypoxic brain injury, you could recover monetary compensation. The damages associated with these injuries can vary depending on the severity of the condition and how it has affected your life or your child’s life. Some of the damages that could be available in these cases include:
- Diminished future earning power
- Pain and suffering
- Lost income
- Past and future medical bills
- Emotional distress
It might not be immediately apparent what a hypoxic brain injury case might be worth. For example, even though you might know the cost of immediate emergency medical care, ongoing medical needs could last for many years to come. In addition, noneconomic damages such as pain and suffering or loss of enjoyment of life often require formulas to calculate their total value.
Our firm will carefully evaluate every aspect of a hypoxic brain injury to determine the amount of compensation needed to provide care and support now and in the future.
What does a Brain Injury Attorney Cost?
You could incur many expenses after a hypoxic brain injury. From hospital bills to physical therapy, these injuries can quickly upend a family’s budget. Given the financial strain common with a brain injury, it might seem like the cost of an attorney during this time could be too much to afford. Thankfully, you could pursue your case for compensation without any upfront legal fees.
When you hire our firm, we work on a contingency fee basis. Therefore, we will take a hypoxic brain injury case and pursue the compensation you deserve without charging a retainer or taking any upfront attorney’s fees. This arrangement allows you to seek fair compensation for your injuries regardless of your financial situation.
With a contingency agreement, our firm collects our fee as a percentage of any awards we recover on your behalf. However, you won’t owe us anything unless we secure compensation for your injuries.
Get in touch with a hypoxic brain injury lawyer serving Baltimore, (410) 698-1717 for a free case evaluation.
Hear From Our Clients
"Brown & Barron, LLC has to be one of the best law firms in the state of Maryland, possibly the entire country. The quality of their service is second to none. They go above and beyond to serve their clients and get the job done."Eric B.
"The best professional experience I have ever been a part of. I trusted them the entire way, and they exceeded all expectations."Darius L.
"Brown & Barron provided efficient, straight-up, and straightforward services in my medical malpractice case. They answered all my questions and kept me informed every step of the way."D.D.
"After a two-year process, my case is resolved. I would like to commend and highly recommend Mr. Chris Casciano for his diligence, attention to detail, and support for myself and my family."A.L.
"They definitely get the job done in will go above in beyond for the clients I appreciate all the hard work that they have done over the years."Ashley L.
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