Act Now to Protect a Child in Your Care

If a child in your care was born with an opioid dependency, it may be eligible for compensation.

Some drug companies responsible for opioid production are trying to protect their own interests by seeking protection in bankruptcy courts. A child in your care may have a claim.

We are representing children (and their guardians or families) affected by the opioid epidemic to ensure their voices are heard. There are important deadlines within the coming weeks, and it is imperative that you ACT WITHOUT DELAY.

Please contact us for a FREE CONFIDENTIAL CONSULTATION about important legal rights affecting the child.

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What is NAS?

Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome (NAS) is the clinical term used to describe babies who are born opioid dependent. The incidence rate for NAS and maternal opioid use in the U.S. exploded from 2000-2012. The Federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention data, from 2013 and released in 2016, indicated that West Virginia had the highest rate of NAS in the country.

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