Salt Lake City Fetal Brain Injury Lawyers
Eisenberg Cutt Kendell & Olson Can Seek Relief for Your Family
The belief that someone’s negligence harmed your newborn child is one of the most difficult burdens imaginable. If your child has suffered a fetal brain injury, we understand that your family may be devastated emotionally and financially.
In Salt Lake City and throughout Utah, Eisenberg Cutt Kendell & Olson is known for handling complex, sometimes controversial, and highly emotional litigation. We have provided counsel and representation to hundreds of families seeking answers and struggling to find answers as to how it happened. Whereas many other law firms may avoid complex medical malpractice claims, we are here to help if your child has suffered a fetal or delivery-related brain injury.
Whether you have suffered a tragic loss or must begin contemplating the costs of a lifetime of care and treatment for your special-needs child, we are ready to hear from you. Call (801) 901-3470 today.
Our Approach to These Claims
Our collaborative team of Salt Lake City fetal brain injury lawyers is prepared to evaluate your potential medical malpractice case and offer sound, empathetic counsel. We know what the stakes are in these cases, and fully recognize the emotional and traumatic element these cases so often have for new parents.
We're prepared to handle cases in which a child:
- Has been diagnosed with cerebral palsy, some form of encephalopathy or another mental disability—sometimes caused by failure to diagnose infection, a treatable blood incompatibility, a medication or anesthesia error, or by bleeding in the baby’s brain after a traumatic delivery.
- Incurred brain damage due to hypoxia or anoxia—when a child is deprived of oxygen flow to the brain in utero, during the delivery or soon after birth.
- Suffered a fetal brain injury that was not properly diagnosed and treated in a timely manner, resulting in a potentially permanent disability or a wrongful death.
You need a focused, reputable law firm to demonstrate that a physician or hospital is liable for damages in a fetal brain injury case. We have a network of resources for medical information and qualified opinions on whether physicians, anesthesiologists, or other medical personnel failed to meet the prevailing standard of care.
This is a difficult time—but it is possible to proceed with a dedicated advocate by your side. Contact us to request a free consultation today.
How Are Traumatic Brain Injuries Diagnosed?
Diagnosing a traumatic brain injury is a multi-step process. Watch our video to learn more.
How Do I Choose The Right Lawyer For a Traumatic Brain Injury Case?
Traumatic brain injury, unlike any other injury, affects every aspect of a person's life.
What Should a Parent or Spouse Do After a Traumatic Brain Injury?
If someone in your family has been injured and has what you think could be a traumatic brain injury, the most important thing to do first is to be a careful monitor. Learn more from our attorneys at Eisenberg Cutt Kendell & Olson.