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Birth Injury Attorney in Anchorage

Nobody is prepared to deal with a serious birth injury. Everyone was prepared for a joyous time. But now, all of the tests, the confusion, the unanswered questions, it all becomes truly overwhelming.

On top of everything else, why did this happen? Should it have been prevented? Will it happen to someone else? Will another child be injured for life?

Actually, there are more questions and problems to address than is humanly possible. You need help. You need a lawyer willing to listen. Perhaps we can share some of your burden.

Birth Injury and Medical Negligence in Alaska

Any serious birth injury can result in a lifetime of medical bills. If these medical bills are being incurred because a healthcare provider did not comply with the standard of care during labor and delivery then you may have a legal case. These cases are complicated. These cases are difficult. But, it is possible that the legal system may have help for your situation.

Your case may be related to hypoxia. Perhaps the failure to diagnose fetal distress or perform a cesarean section. In some cases, there has been an injury to the mother.

If you would like someone to talk to you about your potential case contact the office of Greg Grebe. My firm, the Law Office of Gregory J. Grebe has been in practice since 1985 and offers a long record of success in other personal injury cases.

I have learned from my own personal experience and my practice, the skills needed to win your case. You need an attorney who will take your concerns as his own, care about your future, and fight for maximum compensation for you.

Contact an Anchorage Birth Injury Attorney Today

Please e-mail me or call me at 800-490-3946 today for a confidential, no-cost, no-obligation consultation. I have an AV® peer review rating*, and I am a member of the American Board of Trial Advocates (ABOTA), a designation based on points for actual trial experience.

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