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Reiter & Walsh ABC Law Centers Supports Ataxia Research at Michigan Medicine

Each month, we’re donating to a pediatric fund at Michigan Medicine, the healthcare system run by the University of Michigan. This month, we turn our support towards ataxia research conducted by the Neurology Department. Michigan Medicine provides high-quality care to patients, educates future scientists and physicians, and conducts research into new treatments and therapies. Neurology…

How Doctors with Disabilities Improve Patient Care

Approximately 20 percent of Americans have some sort of disability, but as few as 1-2 percent of doctors do (1, 2). Moreover, most of these doctors became disabled after completing training (2). Only about 1,500 medical school students in the U.S. are currently receiving accommodations for a disability (3). University websites indicate that they aren’t…

Disability Non-Profit of the Month: Disability Rights Maryland in Baltimore, Maryland

Disability Rights Maryland (DRM) is a private non-profit organization dedicated to advancing and protecting the civil rights of Marylanders with disabilities. DRM advocates for, and provides legal services to, people with many different conditions: developmental delays, physical limitations, traumatic brain injuries, sensory issues, and more. The scope of DRM’s work is too broad to fully…

We’re Celebrating 20 Years in Birth Trauma Law!

This fall, Reiter & Walsh ABC Law Centers celebrates 20 years serving families affected by birth injuries. We decided that the best way to honor our values was to donate to help Nicole Long, a student at Lakeland High School, build an adaptive softball field for athletes with disabilities. Nicole Long has abundant experience working…

Congratulations to Julia LiPuma, Winner of the 2017 Birth Trauma, Neonatal Injury and Disability Scholarship!

Reiter & Walsh, P.C. is happy to announce that Julia LiPuma of Wayne, New Jersey is the recipient of the 3rd annual Birth Trauma, Neonatal Injury and Disability scholarship. Julia was born 10 weeks prematurely. She had a brain bleed at birth, resulting in a diagnosis of periventricular leukomalacia, and later, spastic diplegic cerebral palsy….