Monday, December 28, 2009

Infant on Life Support for Head Injuries After Shaken by Father

After being taken to a medical center by his grandmother for head injuries and difficulty breathing, a two-month-old boy was airlifted to a children's medical center in Salt Lake City and placed on life support, according to The Spectrum online.  The injuries sustained by the infant were consistent with shaken baby syndrome, and police arrested the infant's father on child abuse charges after conducting an initial investigation.  The man was reportedly watching other children as well as the infant when the incident occurred and resulted in traumatic head injuries for the boy.  Medical personnel reported to visitors that the prognosis for the child was not good, and it was not clear whether the child could survive on his own without life support.

As an advocate for injured and abused children, Chris Keane hopes for the full and fast recovery of this infant.  If you believe that your baby has been shaken and may be suffering from abusive head trauma, feel free to contact child injury lawyer Chris Keane with any questions you may have.  The Keane Law Firm will provide you with free information and will help you acquire the resources your child needs to reach maximum recovery.  Contact Chris Keane online or call 1-888-592-KIDS.

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