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November 2022

Posted by on November 29, 2022

Top Causes of Birth Injuries

Birth injuries happen when a child suffers harm before, during, or after the birthing process. In some cases, these injuries heal with medical care and do not leave any lasting complications. In many others, children suffer permanent disabilities. Many factors could lead to birth injuries, from maternal health conditions to oxygen deprivation. Many birth...
Posted by on November 29, 2022

Birth Defects vs. Birth Injuries

When an infant suffers health problems at birth, extensive and sometimes lifelong treatment is required. Caring for a child with a birth defect or a birth injury can be challenging, both emotionally and financially. Family members often wonder if the physical or mental condition is the result of genetic conditions or developmental problems, or...
Posted by on November 28, 2022

How to Prove a Doctor’s Negligence Resulted in a Birth Injury

Welcoming a new child into the world can be a wonderful but unpredictable experience. Labor and delivery can be a complex and sometimes scary process, and we trust medical providers to do their best to ensure the health of both mother and baby. Unfortunately, doctors can make negligent mistakes that can lead to serious...
Posted by on November 27, 2022

Signs Your Child May Have Suffered a Birth Injury – Birth Injury Symptoms

A birth injury can happen when an infant suffers harm before, during, and shortly after birth. If your child has experienced this act of medical malpractice, you may qualify for litigation against the at-fault provider. Some birth injuries are immediately obvious, while others may take months or years to show symptoms. Signs of birth...
Posted by on November 1, 2022

Examples of Medical Malpractice How to Know If You Have a Case

All healthcare professionals, including doctors, surgeons, and nurses, have a responsibility to uphold the medical standard of care. Whenever these providers treat a patient, they must ensure that their actions do not deviate from what a similarly trained, reasonable professional would do in the same situation. If a medical professional deviates from this standard...