Defend Your License To Practice Medicine From Birth Injury Claims
We put a lot of expectations on our medical professionals, including the expectation to bring our children into this world in a safe and healthy manner. The pressure we as a nation put on our medical staff results in a huge spike in the claims of medical malpractice against them. Birth injuries are a form of these claims with a lot at stake.
We are Whonsetler Law, PLLC, a team of Kentucky attorneys that are dedicated to protecting the best interests of medical professionals across the Louisville community. When your license to practice is at stake, you need to be sure you are doing everything possible to protect your license, career, and future.
Let Us Do The Fighting For You
The last thing you want to do in these cases is face them without legal representation. Regardless of the circumstances of your case, you need to be prepared to fight to protect your name and your reputation. Anything less than the best possible outcome can have lasting consequences, contact our firm immediately for legal representation if your practice is contending with birth injury claims such as:
- Cerebral palsy
- Brain hemorrhages
- Collarbone fractures
- Oxygen deprivation
- Spinal cord injuries
- Developmental disorders
Our years of experience in our practice handling medial malpractice claims can become your greatest advantage in defending yourself. We take the time necessary to identify what makes your case unique, and then we craft a defense strategy tailored to address to your needs. We take care of the hard part while you can focus on moving forward.
Choose Us To Represent You
The sooner you grant us the privilege of representing you and your needs, the better the outcome of your case can be. Our Kentucky attorneys are eager to take up your case, so reach out today to meet with an attorney that can offer you the confidence you need in even the most complex cases. We are prepared to use our litigation and negotiation skills to put you on the best possible path moving forward.