Just shy of two months old, Camarah Fisher was transported to a local hospital when EMS responders discovered that she was having trouble breathing in her home on August 22 of this year. After being taken to a second hospital that specializes in treating children, the infant reportedly died of abusive head trauma. To read more about the shaken baby cases of baby Camarah and other infants, click here.
If you have lost a child due to shaken baby syndrome, child abuse and child injury attorney Chris Keane can help you connect with other families and organizations that can help you through the coping process. If you believe that your child may be suffering from shaken baby syndrome, the Keane Law Firm can help you find the medical care your child needs to diagnose and treat his or her injuries. For free answers to any questions you may have regarding shaken baby syndrome (abusive head trauma), wrongful death, or helpful programs for victims of child abuse, contact Chris Keane in an online form or call 1-888-592-KIDS.
Infant Death Being Investigated in Center Point