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Proper prenatal care is the best prevention for birth injuries. Without it, a doctor may be held liable for harm done to mother, baby, or both.
If something went wrong during childbirth, you might need to consider a lawsuit.
If you suspect that your baby died because of a preventable birth injury, you may have the option to file a medical malpractice lawsuit.
Some birth injuries that are caused by medical negligence are immediately identifiable, but some are not diagnosed until much later, putting children at greater risk of long-term issues.
What are the common types of maternal infections that cause birth injuries and their symptoms?
Pregnancy complications in expectant mothers can be very dangerous when undiagnosed, and their doctors may be to blame.
A $22 million verdict was returned in a medical malpractice action over a hospital delay in giving Ana Gomez a blood transfusion after she gave birth and began to bleed heavily from her uterus.
Whether they made errors in administering medication or failed to properly monitor mother and baby, labor and delivery nurses can be held accountable if negligence results in a birth injury.
A nurse-midwife and two nurses failed to recognize and manage fetal distress during labor.
A jury awarded more than $18 million in a birth injury lawsuit involving a boy who suffered a severe brain injury as a result of medical negligence.
Founding partner Matt Casey filed a lawsuit alleging that negligence at two Northeastern Pennsylvania hospitals caused a boy’s permanent brain injuries.