We recently posted a blog on our Shaken Baby Syndrome website about a rise in child abuse and shaken baby syndrome cases this year in the metro Las Vegas area that police believe is related to the nation's economic crisis. To read more about the increase in shaken baby syndrome cases and the resulting child abuse prevention efforts, click here.
If you have questions regarding shaken baby syndrome prevention or what to do if you believe a baby has been shaken, feel free to contact child abuse and child injury attorney Chris Keane for free resources and information. Also called abusive head trauma, shaken baby syndrome requires serious attention, and Chris Keane will work as an advocate to ensure that your baby receives the best medical care following a shaking injury. For free advice regarding your unique situation, contact Chris Keane online or by phone at 1-888-592-KIDS (1-888-592-5437).