In an effort to prevent future cases of shaken baby syndrome, the state of Ohio has enacted Claire's Law, named after the little girl, now 8, who was shaken by a babysitter as a baby and still suffers from the incident. Claire's Law is intended to track serious cases of shaken baby syndrome in the state of Ohio and prevent similar cases. California child abuse and shaken baby syndrome attorney Chris Keane of the Keane Law Firm posted a link to one video reporting the new law on his law firm's main website. To watch the video on Claire's Law and shaken baby case tracking, click here.
If you feel that someone has neglected your child and that your child may be suffering from shaken baby syndrome, Chris Keane will answer all of your questions for free with professionalism and compassion and help you recover financial compensation for the care and rehabilitation that your child needs. If you have any questions for a child injury and shaken baby syndrome lawyer in the San Francisco metropolitan area, contact the Keane Law Firm so we can help you help your child. 1-888-592-KIDS. (1-888-592-5437).