Think your child’s condition could have been prevented?

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Speak directly with a labor and delivery nurse to find out if medical malpractice may have been involved.

  • Experienced, credentialed registered nurses
  • Free — no hidden costs
  • No diagnosis needed
  • Supportive, clear, and stress-free conversations

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Meet our registered nurses

Being mothers themselves, our labor and delivery nurses passionately advocate for the well-being of both children and new mothers.

Beth Carter BSN, RN, LNCC

  • Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN)
  • Registered Nurse
  • 20+ Years’ Experience
  • Legal Nurse Consultant Certified (LNCC)
  • March of Dimes Ambassador Family in 2018


  • Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP)
  • Registered Nurse Certified – Inpatient Obstetric Nursing (RNC-OB)
  • 18+ Years' Experience
  • Served in the U.S. Army Nurse Corps
  • Neonatal Resuscitation Program® (NRP®) Instructor certification
kristin proctor registered nurse

Kristin Proctor BSN, RNC-OB

  • Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN)
  • Registered Nurse Certified – Inpatient Obstetric Nursing (RNC-OB)
  • 20+ Years' Experience
  • Served in the U.S. Army Nurse Corps
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Registered nurse Kristin Proctor discusses her certifications and her work as a patient advocate handling birth injury claims. View Transcript.

Duration: 1 min 03 sec

I am nationally certified in obstetrics. There's a, it's called the NCC. It's the National Certification Corporation and they certify nurses in different specialties. So I've been certified for about eight years in obstetrics. I handle all of the birth injury claims. So any person who's had a child with a birth related injury, I would talk to them about what happened during their pregnancy, the delivery, and how the child is doing to see if it's something we could assist with. My work entails taking calls from clients who call in from all over the United States with children who have been injured throughout the birth process. I also call people back if they need to speak at a different time or we make appointments to talk to people whenever's convenient for them. And I go through specific questions that the attorneys like to know to help them determine if we can move forward with a potential claim.

Here’s how our nurses can help:

Discuss the details of your child’s birth

They will ask you questions and listen to your story to figure out what may have happened during the birth of your child.

Give personalized guidance on a path forward

Our nurses will provide guidance on your next steps, offering tailored advice based on their experience, analysis, and findings.

Spot mistakes

Sometimes mistakes occur in the delivery room or even during pregnancy. Our nurses can identify if any medical errors were made.

Provide a safe space to talk

All conversations are private and caring. Our nurses are here to support you and offer compassion, whether there's malpractice or not.

8K+ families helped and counting

$1M average medical malpractice payout

24/7 availability to support you

$905M recovered for families affected by medical malpractice

Speak with a nurse to identify potential medical malpractice

When something doesn’t feel right about your child’s birth, it's important to talk about it. Our experienced labor and delivery nurses are here to help you understand what may have caused your child’s condition.

FAQs about connecting with our nurses

What exactly happens when I connect with a nurse?

We make the process easy and stress-free.

  1. We’ll ask you some questions to learn more about what happened.
  2. You’ll tell us your concerns and what questions you have.
  3. Together, we’ll talk through your options and whether you may qualify for compensation.

Our nurses approach every conversation with care, ensuring they understand and respect your feelings. They will present information simply, avoiding confusing legal or medical jargon.

How qualified are the nurses I'll be speaking to?

Our nurses are highly credentialed, with 58+ years of combined experience. They have helped hundreds of families affected by birth injuries come up with a plan for the future.

What if I don’t want to take legal action after talking to a nurse?

Discussions focus on your comfort. Even if our nurses do feel like a medical mistake was made, there's no push toward taking legal action or unwanted confrontations.

However, if they feel that you would benefit by talking with an experienced lawyer, they will let you know and will give you the option to connect with one.

You can rest assured that Cerebral Palsy Guide works with some of the best birth injury law firms in the country, and each is fully vetted.

What if there wasn’t any malpractice?

That’s okay. We pride ourselves on giving honest assessments and setting realistic expectations, and we offer understanding and insights regardless of the outcome.

If our nurses do not feel that there was malpractice, they will make suggestions on what other options your family may have.

Are there any hidden fees?

No. Talking to one of our nurses is completely free.

How long will the call take?

We respect your time. Our conversations are tailored to your preferences, making them manageable even for busy schedules. If we need more time than you have, we can continue the conversation when it’s convenient for you.

However long you need, we're here for you.