The cost of treatment and care for those with cerebral palsy can overwhelm a family, but there are organizations that can help.
Catastrophic injuries sometimes happen in the operating room. Is there anything you can do about it?
Cesarean sections come with many risks for both the mother and baby, so an experienced medical malpractice attorney can help you determine when negligence occurred and who was at fault.
Whether you are being treated by a family doctor or specialist, medical malpractice is present in all areas of medicine.
There are many causes of cerebral palsy, but all involve problems with brain development or brain injury, and some could have been prevented.
Learn more about the prevalence of medical malpractice incidents that occur because of failure to diagnose.
There are several things that can go wrong during surgery. Some of these might justify a lawsuit.
When things go wrong because of someone else’s error, you should consider filing a lawsuit.
The cost of care and treatment for someone with cerebral palsy can be exorbitant, placing parents or caregivers in a lifetime of financial hardship.
Matt Casey reached a major, $17 million settlement on behalf of a truck driver who was paralyzed at a construction site.
Hospital infections are more common than you think. Here’s what you can do to prevent them.
Kevin Harden, Jr., a former top prosecutor and corporate defense lawyer, joins Ross Feller Casey.
In what is believed to be a first-of-its-kind verdict in New Jersey, Joshua Van Naarden convinced a jury that a woman died as a result of paramedic negligence.
What are your rights if you are seriously injured due to your landlord’s negligence?
Find the answers to frequently asked questions about Cerebral Palsy.
What should you look for? Learn some of the early signs of birth injuries.
Robert Ross convinced a jury that a hospital and two radiologists were negligent in failing to diagnose a woman’s breast cancer.
MCARE protects victims so they get full justice from their medical malpractice lawsuit.
A jury found that talc contained in the company’s iconic baby powder caused ovarian cancer in a California woman.
Matt Casey convinced a judge that hospitals and doctors potentially were recklessly indifferent in a case that led to a boy’s severe birth injuries.