While movies and television shows love to dramatize “the courtroom battle”, the fact of the matter is that over 90% of all personal injury and medical malpractice claims are concluded through a settlement, rather than decided through a jury verdict. This is due to the fact that there are advantages to reaching a settlement for… Read More
New Jersey car insurance policies operate on a “no fault” basis, meaning anytime a person is injured in a car accident, they are able to turn to their own car insurance provider for compensation for damages like medical expenses and lost wages, regardless of who was at fault for the accident. However, many drivers opt… Read More
While movies love to depict the epic courtroom battles that occur surrounding medical malpractice cases, statistics show that most medical malpractice cases are actually resolved through what is known as “a settlement”. Settlements are basically when the injured party and the insurance company of the negligent party decide to resolve the medical malpractice claim for… Read More
When one hears the term “mediation”, it is likely that they will think of it in terms of an alternative to divorce. However, mediation is also common in personal injury and medical malpractice claims as well. If you have been injured by a delay in diagnosis or treatment, by a surgical error, by negligent hospital… Read More
Medical malpractice lawsuits are an important legal option for patients injured by the reckless or negligent actions of treating doctors, physicians, nurses, hospitals, or care facilities. One of the most important components to the success of any Somerset County medical malpractice case is the testimony of medical professionals. They can not only knowledgeably describe the… Read More
Birth Injury Attorney Representing Families in Somerset and Hunterdon, New Jersey
The birth of your child is supposed to be a joyous event, not rife with stress and anxiety over the survival of your newborn because your doctor or nurse made a medical error when delivering him or her.
When your child has suffered a severe or life-changing birth injury, The Law Office of Brian J. Levine, is here for you. Since 1998, our Somerville law firm has been assisting mothers and fathers throughout New Jersey with the injuries and death of their newborns that resulted from the negligent behavior of obstetricians, nurses or other medical staff members during delivery.
Somerville NJ Birth Injury Attorney
While minor trauma during the birth of a child is often common, due to the physical nature of childbirth, it is not typical for a child to sustain serious injuries that result in life-changing medical conditions. Somerville birth injury attorney Brian J. Levine, has spent the last two decades pursuing medical malpractice claims on behalf of parents whose newborns suffered:
Let The Law Office of Brian J. Levine, rebuild your life after your newborn has suffered a severe birth injury. Our firm has helped numerous families obtain the financial compensation needed to recover from damages resulting from a medical professional’s failure to provide adequate care during delivery.
Teaming with medical experts helps Brian J. Levine build a strong case. Our firm recognizes the distress your child’s birth injury has caused you, and we will assertively advocate your rights until a fair settlement is reached.
Contact a Flemington NJ Birth Injury Attorney for a Free Consultation
We invite you to contact The Law Office of Brian J. Levine, today to schedule a free and confidential consultation regarding your medical malpractice, personal injury or insurance defense case at 908-524-0123, or e-mail us. Our law office is based in Somerville, New Jersey. Our office hours are Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m., but our lawyers are available 24/7. Ask us about our contingency fees.
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