Sunday, August 23, 2009

Previous Abuse Before Shaken Baby Incident May Lead to Another Case

Many caregivers of shaken baby syndrome survivors do not know that they may be able to get help for the baby if the child was abused before the critical incident of abusive head trauma.  In order to educate caregivers about the ways and reasons they can receive help, child abuse attorney Chris Keane created a video in which he explains how parents may have a case against those who knew the child was being injured but did not report the abuse to Child Protective Services.

To watch Chris Keane's video on signs of abuse before the shaken baby incident, click here.

If your child has been injured due to shaken baby syndrome and you would like assistance paying medical bills or for needed extra help in the home, feel free to contact Chris Keane for free resources, help, and answers to your unique questions.  You may contact Chris Keane online or by phone at 1-888-592-KIDS.

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