Join THREE TO BE for the Parent Advocacy Link (PAL) Webinar Series: When Something is Not Quite Right and Demystifying the Legal Process.
This webinar series explores the warning signs of neurological disorders in children due to birth injuries, how to obtain important documents and what questions to ask of the medical team. This series also explores the considerations for parents and families pursuing legal action, including a review of the legal process. To learn more about birth injuries, click here.
Part 1: When Something is not Quite Right
The first session, When Something is not Quite Right, explores the moment in time when parents realize that something is not quite right with their child. How you ask the question and where you can turn is often the greatest challenge.
Brenda Agnew, the Director of PAL (see below), moderates a discussion to help you determine what you need to know about medical malpractice.
- Knowing when and how to identify a potential concern as a legal issue
- How to find the right firm to discuss our concerns
- How much will this cost me?
- What will the timeline and process be if our “concerns” have a legal basis?
- Things I need to know in deciding to proceed with a legal case
Questions? You can send any comments or questions in confidence to email@example.com
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Part 2: Demystifying the Legal Process
This is the second webinar in our legal education series, Demystifying the Legal Process, is dedicated to parents and families of a child with a neurological disorder considering the a medical malpractice suit.
If you are considering a medical malpractice lawsuit, this session reviews what you should consider before pursuing, and the steps in the legal process from Examinations for Discovery to resolution, either by Settlement or Trial.
Brenda Agnew, the Director of PAL (see below), moderates a discussion to help you understand the steps involved in a medical malpractice legal suit.
You can send any comments or questions in confidence to firstname.lastname@example.org
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THREE TO BE
THREE TO BE’s mission is to advocate and raise funds to support and advance the development of innovative research, education, and therapies for children with neurological disorders.
Parent Advocacy Link (PAL)
HSH is particularly proud of THREE TO BE’s commitment to families through their Parent Advocacy Link (PAL) program. We contribute to the program by providing legal education and support, helping parents get answers to some tough questions.
If you are a parent, caregiver or someone who works with children with neurological disorders, the THREE TO BE Parent Advocacy Link (PAL) provides information, support and a secure online forum to share.
To sign up to become a PAL, click here.