Birth Injury Lawyers: Will A Wichita, Kansas Lawsuit Always Be Successful If A Baby Is Harmed Through A Birth Injury?
While the majority of babies in Wichita and across the United States are born without incident, the Birth Injury Guide says that 29 out of every 1000 babies suffer some kind of injury at birth. As a parent, your first instinct is to protect and preserve the health of your child. So if your baby was injured at birth, you may be considering legal action. However, it can be hard to know if your lawsuit will be successful. Birth injury lawyer Bradley J. Prochaska of PHP Law Firm explains that no case is guaranteed to win but that PHP maintains a high rate of success.
According to Prochaska, there are two main reasons that PHP Law Firm is successful in the majority of its birth injury cases. First, our medical malpractice lawyers have extensive experience with birth injury lawsuits which is extremely important given their high complexity. On top of that, winning birth injury cases can be difficult because health care providers have a lot to lose and they will vehemently oppose your case. There may even be times that they resort to phony testimony and other falsehoods to fight a medical malpractice suit.
The second reason our firm has a high success rate is our investment of time and money to make sure we have the strongest case possible. We often spend up to three years and $100,000 to $200,000 on each case, never charging our clients unless we win them compensation. At PHP Law Firm, we only take cases we’re confident we can win so we thoroughly research medical records and other information before we take the case.
Contact The Wichita Birth Injury Lawyers At PHP Law Firm Today
With decades of combined experience handling birth injury and other medical malpractice cases, the birth injury lawyers at PHP Law Firm are ready to review your case. We offer free consultations to discuss the details of your case and make a recommendation.
Our attorneys work on contingency so we don’t collect a fee unless we win. If we decide to move forward with the case, our goal will be to help you obtain medical malpractice compensation that can fund a Life Care Plan that ensures your child is cared for properly during the course of their life.