Shaken Baby Syndrome May Be More Predominant in Rural Areas, According to Child Abuse Prevention Expert
We recently added a post to our Shaken Baby Syndrome Blog about the potential correlation between rural areas and increased instances of shaken baby syndrome. To read more about this possible link between isolation, stress, and abusive head trauma, click here.
No matter the cause of shaken baby syndrome, the condition is not to be taken lightly. If you believe that your child or a child you know is suffering from abusive head trauma, feel free to contact child injury lawyer Chris Keane with your most important questions. As an experienced shaken baby syndrome attorney who works with the best medical experts in the field, he will answer your questions for free with compassion and professionalism. For free resources or advice concerning your unique situation, contact Chris Keane online or by phone at 888-592-KIDS.
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