The sentencing of an Oklahoma woman and former home day care operator who has been linked to the shaken baby syndrome injuries of baby Tegan Corr is only months away. The incident of abusive head trauma reportedly occurred in December of 2006 and hospitalized then 5-month-old Tegan for a month. He reportedly suffered brain damage in the incident. To read more about this incident of abusive head trauma and other cases of child abuse, click here.
As an advocate for injured and abused children, shaken baby syndrome lawyer Chris Keane devotes his practice to representing children and only children. If you believe that your child has been injured as a result of shaken baby syndrome (abusive head trauma), feel free to contact Chris Keane with your most pressing questions. The Keane Law Firm will freely provide you with the information and resources you need to ensure that your child receives the best possible medical care and rehabilitation. For free advice regarding your unique situation, contact Chris Keane online or by phone at 1-888-592-KIDS (1-888-592-5437).
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