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Laura Brown – Texas Birth Injury Attorney Representing Babies Nationally
Laura Brown is a patient-safety advocate for mothers and babies. She is a birth injury trial lawyer representing both babies who have suffered severe injuries at birth and their families. She is a mother of two children who understands the heartache that mothers and fathers feel when their child is hurt and needs help. She has spent years working with families to hold hospitals and medical providers accountable when they have caused a serious injury. It is not the “practice” of law to her, it is her passion and she believes it is her mission as a trial lawyer to champion and to protect the rights of injured babies and children. She believes in spending time with each child and family on a personal level to develop a relationship and a deep understanding of their needs. Her clients have her cell phone number and can and do call anytime they need to talk to her. These relationships last even after the lawsuit is over.
After working on numerous birth injury cases and seeing the same types of medical mistakes causing serious birth injuries, Laura and her law firm, Birth Injury Safety, launched the Birth Injury Safety campaign to raise awareness and provide information to parents about preventable birth injuries. By raising awareness and generating discussions with medical providers about preventable birth injuries, we hope that some and eventually all birth injuries can be eliminated.
Recognized Trial Lawyer
Laura is a third-generation trial lawyer. Both her father and her grandfather were trial lawyers. In college, Laura took the premedical curriculum and worked in hospitals, emergency rooms, and on ambulances. She has taken that medical knowledge and utilized it as a trial lawyer in medical malpractice and birth injury cases. She is a member of the Birth Trauma Litigation Group, a group of leading birth injury trial lawyers from around the country who regularly represent children injured at birth.
Laura is a member of the Multi-Million Dollar Advocates Forum, having achieved numerous multi-million dollar results for her clients. In 2016, Laura represented the family of a young father killed in a wreck involving an intoxicated employee who had been sent home from work by her employer. Laura obtained a verdict of $16,800,000 for the family, which ranked in the top 25 Texas verdicts in 2015.
Laura was selected to be a member of the American Board of Trial Advocates (ABOTA), a national association of experienced trial lawyers and judges dedicated to the preservation of the right to civil jury trial provided by the Seventh Amendment to the United States Constitution.
Laura is board-certified in personal injury trial law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization. She was selected as a Super Lawyer Rising Star and the National Trial Lawyers: Top 100. She is a member of the American Association for Justice, the Interstate Trucking Litigation Group, and the Association of Plaintiff Interstate Trucking Lawyers of America.
Professor of the Law
In addition to her full-time law practice, Laura serves as an adjunct professor at Baylor Law School, teaching third-year law students advanced trial practice and personal injury trial law. She trains these advanced students how to investigate, develop, and try a lawsuit in a courtroom.
Talk to Laura Brown About Being the Birth Injury Attorney for Your Child
Certainly, reading background information about an attorney is helpful in identifying the right birth injury lawyer for your case. Reading what a lawyer’s past clients say can also be very helpful. However, there is no substitute for talking with the attorney. We encourage you to pick up the phone and call Laura to talk about your child and your situation. She is always happy to talk to parents and is available to talk after work hours if that makes it easier for the family. We handle only a small number of serious cases at one time so we can devote as much time, energy, resources, and commitment to each child and family. By doing this, we believe we can make a difference - one case at a time.