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In the state of Georgia, families struggling with the consequences of birth injury may find help through Babies Can’t Wait, a program designed to provide resources for families dealing with developmental delays and similar issues surrounding birth injury. In addition to this option, Medicaid offers resources for families dealing with a birth injury, as do several local, statewide, and national nonprofits. However, oftentimes what a family forced to deal with the consequences of a birth injury needs most is experienced and compassionate legal assistance.


Lourie, Chance, Forlines, Carter & King has substantial experience with birth injury cases. We have helped hundreds of families in and around Atlanta get the compensation they need to deal with the current and long-term impact of birth injury.

Attentive and insightful, our birth injury lawyers can also guide families to resources, including education and support groups, that can help families learn to adapt to new challenges. Our firm works with case managers, life care planners, and others to ensure all available resources are utilized.

Lance Lourie spent some time in the 1990s working for law firms that defended negligent doctors and medical staff. This experience gives our firm unique insight into the tactics used by medical malpractice defense attorneys, enabling us to build strong cases on behalf of our clients.

We work with medical professionals to identify all instances of negligence that may have occurred, and use this information to seek maximum compensation for babies and their families. And we prepare each case for the eventuality of trial, staying prepared for any outcome.


Was your child injured during labor or delivery? If so, you may have cause to file suit and seek compensation – and you are certainly entitled to all available resources.

Call Lourie, Chance, Forlines, Carter & King at 404-760-7400 to schedule a free consultation today. We maintain two offices in Atlanta. We serve Savannah, Columbus, Augusta, and all nearby areas of Georgia.