Marc S. Dorman
Pikesville Personal Injury Attorney
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Pursuing a birth injury claim for damages in Maryland

A birth injury can happen at any moment during a woman’s pregnancy and sometimes, it is difficult to pinpoint the exact cause of the injury. For example, a birth injury could develop as a result of the intake of alcohol or some other kind of drug. Many prescription medications can also cause a birth injury. Sometimes, though, the cause of a birth injury can be determined and if that cause has to do with doctor negligence or medical errors, then the child and his or her parents may be able to seek financial restitution by way of a personal injury claim in civil court.

At the Marc S. Dorman Law Firm, we fight hard for the rights of our clients in their birth injury-related personal injury claims. We also take the time that is necessary to get to know our clients and the unique situations and difficulties they are currently facing. We also know that no two clients and no two problems are the same when it comes to a birth injury case, so we always tailor our approach to the individual needs of the situation at hand.

One of the most important aspects of any birth injury claim relates to the pretrial work that goes into the document gathering stage. This is crucial to building a strong case to put our clients’ best feet forward during litigation. In order to build the strongest case possible, we will use medical experts who specialize in birth injuries when necessary. We will also document any alleged birth injuries and which doctors, medical staff and/or medical facilities are responsible for those errors.

At the Marc S. Dorman Law Firm, we handle personal injury cases on a contingency fee basis. What this means is that our Maryland clients do not have to pay a dime unless we successfully make a financial recovery on their behalf. Indeed, our firm will cover all the costs of litigation and legal fees up front, so that you will not have any financial concerns about your case during the litigation process.