There is nothing more devastating than learning that your child has suffered unimaginable and irreparable harm as a result of a health care provider’s negligence. Since 1958, The Beasley Firm has been helping families recover compensation against doctors, nurses, and hospitals that fail to provide the adequate care and treatment needed during labor and delivery.
The Beasley Firm has recovered multiple multi-million dollar verdicts and settlements for birth injury clients throughout Pennsylvania. Our experienced legal team fights tirelessly to ensure that the families who have been through the unthinkable receive the compensation they need and deserve to care for their children.
If you believe that your child suffered a birth injury due to medical negligence, contact our office at for a free, no-obligation consultation.
While past victories are not a guarantee of future case results, we believe that our successes are a strong indication of what zealous, unending advocacy can do for those who have experienced tragedy as a result of medical malpractice.
In Fallon v. Snyder, our attorneys represented a child who suffered a life-altering brain injury as a result of medical neglect.
During the six-week trial, we were able to prove that the presiding doctor incorrectly inserted a breathing tube into a premature infant’s esophagus instead of the lungs.
The error caused the baby to suffer oxygen deprivation, hypoxia, and severe brain damage. After deliberations, the jury awarded our client $37,000,000.
$20,000,000 million was recovered on behalf of the family of twins that suffered catastrophic injuries as a result of improper prenatal care. The result was one of the largest medical malpractice recoveries in a very conservative county and in the Commonwealth of Virginia.
In Hoffer v. Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania, a jury awarded $12,600,000 to the family of a child who suffered a severe brain injury.
At 38 weeks in-utero, the baby presented in a “breech” position for the first time. A midwife diagnosed the issue but failed to notify the physician. The mother was discharged without care and scheduled for a cesarean section the following week.
Prior to the scheduled cesarean, the mother’s water broke and the umbilical cord prolapsed. The baby had to be delivered via emergency cesarean but had already suffered severe and permanent brain damage.
If you suspect that your child suffered trauma at birth as the result of medical negligence, you need to consider filing a birth injury claim. While birth injury and medical malpractice cases are complex, they can help ensure that your child receives the best medical care possible for the duration of their life.
At The Beasley Firm, we have over six decades of experience helping families pursue compensation against negligent doctors, nurses, and hospitals throughout Pennsylvania. We have recovered the largest medical malpractice verdicts in the history of the state and will fight for your family.
If your child was injured during pregnancy, labor, or delivery, contact our office at for a free, confidential consultation. Our award-winning, nationally-recognized birth injury team will help you understand your rights and help determine whether you should pursue a claim for damages. Call today to get started.
The information on this website is for general information purposes only. Nothing on this site should be taken as legal advice for any individual case or situation. This information is not intended to create, and receipt or viewing does not constitute, an attorney-client relationship.