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The Staggering Cost of Care Should be Paid by GSK

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All parents of children with serious birth defects understand the staggering cost involved in obtaining optimal care for their children. In many cases insurance benefits are capped shifting the care to various state programs. At times the best care cannot be obtained.

A trust can be setup to provide for the needs of your child now and in the future. Any settlement obtained on behalf of child can be used to ensure that they obtain the best care possible during their lives. Steps can be taken to make sure this is done without making them ineligible for government benefits.

A Special needs trusts allows a disabled beneficiary to receive lawsuit settlements and not lose his or her eligibility. The trusts pay for comforts and luxuries that could not be paid for by public assistance funds. These trusts typically pay for things like education, recreation, counseling, and medical attention beyond the simple necessities of life. The trustee can use trust funds for food, clothing, and shelter. For example the trust could purchase a new home.

Parents of children who were exposed to Paxil during pregnancy and who were born with a congenital heart defect should investigate their rights to file a claim against GlaxoSmithKline in order to protect their child’s right to be justly compensated.

If you suspect that you or loved one has been injured or a loved one killed in by exposure to paxil, McIntyre Law, P.C. has the experience and knowledge needed to successfully handle your Paxil Birth Defect Case. Contact us immediately and we will discuss the situation with you and come up with a plan of action to help you get compensation for you or your loved one’s injuries or a loved one’s wrongful death. Visit www.mcintyrelaw.com or call toll free 1-866-917-5200 to discuss your case and find out the best course of action to ensure that you get the compensation you deserve.