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Helping West Virginia Families
More babies are born addicted in West Virginia than anywhere else in the United States. Families across West Virginia have been decimated by this opioid epidemic.
Irresponsible drug manufacturers, pharmacies, and distributors may have played a role in fueling the addiction epidemic - destroying innocent lives and families.
If you are a parent or guardian raising a child who was born addicted, or whose birth parents suffer from drug addiction, please contact us immediately to learn about important legal rights affecting you and the child.
What is NAS?
Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome (NAS) is the clinical term used to describe babies that are born addicted to opioids. The incidence rate for NAS and maternal opioid use in the United States exploded from 2000-2012, with particularly rapid growth in rural states, like West Virginia.
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