Tallahassee Birth Injury Attorneys

Your Child's Health Should Not Be Taken For Granted

Pregnancy is supposed to be a wonderful time in a woman's life. In spite of medical advances, there are still many potential health risks to both mother and baby during gestation and delivery. However, the majority of them are avoidable if the doctor and delivery team pay attention and do their jobs correctly. When they fail in their duties, your life and your child's life may be at risk. If you or someone you love has been impacted by a birth injury, our Tallahassee lawyers have the skill and experience to hold the negligent parties accountable for their actions.

At Hinkle & Foran, we know how any harm to your child during the birth process can impact your family's life. Our attorneys are dedicated to exposing the mistakes made by members of the medical establishment and making them take responsibility for those mistakes. As evidenced by our long list of verdicts and settlements, we have helped hundreds of people in situations like yours gain the compensation they need to care for their children who have suffered birth injuries, including:

  • Improperly handled vaginal birth after a C-section
  • Placental abruption
  • Uterine rupture
  • Erb's palsy
  • Cerebral palsy
  • Early induction — before 39 weeks
  • Premature lungs
  • Shoulder dystocia
  • HIV screening

Our Experience Puts You In The Best Position

We have an excellent reputation throughout Florida for taking on the complex medical malpractice cases. Our lawyers have the knowledge and skill to prepare these cases properly, as well as the resources to see them through to the end. Not all of our cases go to trial, but each of them is prepared so we can pursue them as far as necessary to reach your goals.

Let Us Help You Hold Those Responsible For The Harm To Your Child Accountable For Their Actions

Call us at 850-205-2055 or contact us online to schedule your free initial consultation regarding your child's birth injury.

All cases are taken on a contingency basis, so you pay nothing unless your case is successfully resolved.