Cow Milk Formula Lawyer

Cow’s milk baby formulas from leading brands such as Similac and Enfamil have been linked to premature babies developing a life-threatening condition called necrotizing enterocolitis (NEC). NEC is an intestinal disease characterized by a hole in the intestine, dying tissue, and swelling and infection in the gut of premature infants, usually within a few weeks after birth. Babies with NEC may require intestine removal surgery, or suffer from long-term health issues such as blindness, cerebral palsy, and brain injuries.

The compassionate product liability lawyers at Phillips Law Group want to help if you or someone you know fed their premature infant cow milk-based formula, and the baby developed necrotizing enterocolitis shortly after being born. You may be entitled to compensation if your child was born before 37 weeks, received a NEC diagnosis, and then had surgery or passed away due to complications sometime after 2011. There is substantial research that shows giving cow milk-based formula to premature babies can result in serious health problems. Since baby formula companies do not disclose these known risks, they can be held liable when damages occur that could have been prevented. Baby formula lawsuits have been piling up against Abbott Laboratories, the maker of Similac, one of America’s most popular cow milk-based formulas.

We understand the challenging times you may be facing if you had to go through this traumatic experience with your own child. To make our services as stress-free as possible, the experienced injury attorneys at Phillips Law Group work on a contingency fee basis, meaning our clients never pay us anything unless we win their case. We are ready to fight for justice on the behalf of you and your family. Contact us today for a free, no-obligation consultation.