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Birth Injury Compensation - What is My Case Worth?

Birth Injury Compensation - What is My Case Worth?

California personal injury attorneys James Bostwick and Erik Peterson discuss birth injury compensation and what birth injury cases are worth:

“The endgame for a birth injury case is to fund a life-care plan. The whole point of litigation is to find out what your child is going to need for the rest of his or her life, in terms of modifications to the shower that may cost $17 to 24/7 care that may cost millions of dollars.”- attorney, Erik Peterson

A birth injury will change the course of a child’s life; therefore, proper compensation is necessary to prepare for the effects that will result from the tragedy.

Birth injuries sometimes result in the need for constant care.“They need someone to come in and work for them, they need nurses, they need doctors, they need a vast array of medical help and therapy that costs a lot of money. So, what we are looking for is cash flow.” -attorney, James Bostwick

Bostwick & Peterson is a nationally recognized birth injury law firm in California that has helped birth injury victims across the country receive record verdicts and settlements. At Bostwick & Peterson, our hearts are with the victims and we do everything in our power to help our clients get the best possible outcomes for their case.

For more information on birth injury compensation watch the full video: here.

If you would like to discuss your case, your rights, and how our firm can help, do not hesitate to contact us at (888) 831-8448 for a complimentary consultation.

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