Serious Injuries Can Impact The Rest Of A Child’s Life
Led by dedicated trial attorneys Lori Bencoe and Cherie LaCour, the team at our long-standing Albuquerque, New Mexico, law firm takes a specific interest in helping children who suffered injuries. We are compassionate about and experienced with child injury cases. We know from experience that serious injuries to children affect entire families and that they not merely can pose an emotional challenge for the family but also can create lasting or lifelong financial hardship.
If your child was injured or suffered a wrongful death due to the actions of a reckless or intoxicated driver, a medical error, hospital negligence or some other act of negligence on the part of an individual or corporate wrongdoer, we are here to help. From your first contact with Bencoe & LaCour Law, PC, you will know that your potential case and your child’s future are top priorities.
Experience In Handling Every Aspect Of Children’s Serious Injury Claims
- Children injured in auto accidents, whether as passengers in an automobile or in rundowns while walking or bicycling
- Hospital errors or other medical negligence
- Birth injuries and preventable defects, including cerebral palsy and other forms of brain damage, suffered due to medical malpractice and/or hospital negligence
- A range of other child accidents and injuries, such as those caused by dangerous products or negligent supervision at a day care center
- Wrongful death claims on behalf of parents who have suffered the tragic loss of a child
Learn How We Can Help Your Family
Bencoe & LaCour Law, PC, is not a high volume firm. However, we devote intensive, collaborative attention to cases that we select carefully and work actively. If we can pursue your case, you will pay no attorney fees unless you receive compensation through a settlement, judgment or verdict.
Disclaimer: The information you obtain at this site is not, nor is it intended to be, legal advice. You should consult an attorney for advice regarding your individual situation. We invite you to contact us and welcome your calls, letters and electronic mail. Contacting us does not create an attorney-client relationship. Please do not send any confidential information to us until such time as an attorney-client relationship has been established.