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Our birth injury lawyers offer free consultations to parents where a medication error or injury in the mother or child is suspected. In some cases, the doctor or hospital may have committed medical malpractice by failing to warn women of the risks or prescribing an improper dosage. In other situations, a pharmaceutical company may have manufactured a dangerous drug or failed to warn healthcare professionals and the public about the risks to pregnant women and children.
Serious birth injuries or birth defects can occur when certain medications or wrong dosages are prescribed to pregnant women. This is not the fault of the mother. The pharmaceutical companies push their drugs to the public and the healthcare industry without proper research and/or without offering full information about the risks to pregnant women.
Altman-Nussbaum-Shunnarah Trial Attorneys is known nationwide for providing outstanding legal advice and excellent representation. We have recovered over $1 billion in lawsuits involving 18 wheeler trucking litigation, wrongful death litigation, commercial vehicle litigation, motorcycle litigation, catastrophic litigation, and mass torts involving medical devices and bad drug litigation. Our prowess in the legal arena comes from our combined years of trial and complex litigation experience.
We founded our practice on the belief that the 7th amendment and the civil jury system is the best means to provide compensation to injured parties and deter wrongdoers from injuring others in the future.
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