You are not alone. Many resources exist for birth defect victims.
YOU CAN FIND OUT MORE ABOUT THE BIRTH DEFECT YOU OR YOUR CHILD HAS THROUGH THESE RESOURCES. Some of them include links to help find support for your family. Additional nonprofits and government agencies are involved heavily in researching and finding cures for birth defects. This extensive list also includes some resources that actively monitor the causes of birth defects, especially environmental and workplace-related toxins, as well as helpful groups that can provide background information on the ongoing danger facing regular workers and families trying to keep their families safe.
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The list below compiles some nonprofit and governmental agencies that are able to help birth defect victims.
GENERAL BIRTH DEFECTS RESOURCES
- American Academy of Pediatrics
- California Birth Defects Monitoring Program
- Children’s Environmental Health Network
- Center for Parent Information & Resources
- Family Voices
- Genetic Alliance
- March of Dimes
- National Center on Birth Defects and Developmental Disabilities
- National Organization for Rare Disorders
- Society for Birth Defects Research & Prevention
SPECIFIC BIRTH DEFECTS RESOURCES
Frequently asked questions
There are many questions to think about when hiring a law firm to fight for you. To help, we have assembled answers to the questions we are most commonly asked by victims of birth defects.
What causes toxic exposure? Who is to blame? How can I get justice? Answers to these questions can help guide you through receiving justice for birth defects. If you have more questions, you can reach out to talk with one of our birth defect lawyers at any time. You’re not alone. We are here ready to help you.
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