We recently added a post to our Shaken Baby Syndrome Blog about a new study finding that many people charged with child abuse for shaking babies and causing serious head injuries to children are “let off the hook” in court. To read more about the article on shaken baby syndrome convictions and court decisions, click here.
Shaken baby syndrome cases can be extremely complicated, requiring the expertise of an experienced child abuse and shaken baby syndrome lawyer. There are unique things about child injury and abuse attorney Chris Keane that contribute to his success in shaken baby syndrome cases: first, he represents children only, a focus that enables him to work with the best medical experts in the field. Second, he handles civil cases of abuse or shaken baby syndrome, meaning that it is not required to prove that someone intentionally injured or shook a baby, but simply that they failed to care adequately for the child.
If you have questions regarding a shaken baby syndrome incident, feel free to contact Chris Keane online or by phone at 1-888-592-KIDS, and he will consult with you for free regarding your specific needs.
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