How a New York Birth Injury Lawyer Can Help Plan for Your Baby’s 100th Birthday

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Parents of newborns have a lot on their minds. It can take a lot of planning just to make sure there are clean diapers in the house and everyone is fed. As the months pass you may even begin to think about planning your baby's first birthday party. But what about your child's hundredth birthday? Have you started planning for that?

Yes we do mean 100th Birthday!

The U.S. Government currently estimates that children born today have an estimated life expectancy of 75 - 80 years. Of course, we all know people who live much longer than that.

If your child has suffered a birth injury that is likely to limit your child's ability to earn an income or live independently in the future, then it is especially important to plan for your child's entire life span. That means you need to consider how to provide for your child financially not only during the relatively short 18 years that your child will be a minor, but also as your child ages.

Contact a New York Birth Injury Attorney to Start Planning Today

It can be daunting to consider how you would support your child and provide for all of his or her medical, physical, and financial needs for a century. Thus, it is important to contact an experienced New York birth injury lawyer who can help your family recover fair and equitable damages from the doctor or hospital that caused the birth injury so you can take the steps necessary to protect your child.

For more information, please contact a knowledgeable and compassionate New York City birth injury lawyer today at 1-800-PAGAN-911.

Read More About Future Planning for a Baby with a Birth Injury in our Free Library Article: What Happens to a New York Baby with a Birth Injury as He or She Ages?

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