In order to inform those who would like to know more about shaken baby syndrome, child injury lawyer Christopher Keane of San Francisco, California, explains in a video how abusive head trauma (shaken baby syndrome) can cause long term disabilities. Many parents of shaken baby survivors do not know that their child's symptoms may change over the course of several years from the incident, especially as the child reaches an age in which higher functioning skills are expected. Although learning disabilities and physical limitations are common in victims of shaken baby syndrome, rehabilitative treatment can help children overcome such limitations to various degrees.
To watch Chris Keane's video on long-term disabilities from shaken baby syndrome, click here.
If you believe that your baby may have suffered abusive head trauma, the Keane Law Firm will answer your most pressing questions for free and consult with you regarding your unique case. Feel free to call us if you would like to know more about the condition itself, the process of filing a child injury claim, or what we can do to help your baby receive proper care. 1-888-592-KIDS (1-888-592-5437).