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C-Section Malpractice Attorney | Delay in Delivery Birth Injury Lawsuit

cesarean section complications LawyerC-sections as a method of delivery are on the rise in the United States. The vast majority of cesarean sections are performed on time and correctly resulting in the general health and safety of the mother and child. However in some instances negligent medical care including surgical errors during c-sections can result in serious medical emergencies and birth injuries.  Common C-Section mistakes resulting in serious birth trauma to the mother and child include (1) misdiagnosis of a medical ailment which may require a timely operation including hypoxia (2) Failure to prevent post operation blood loss and internal bleeding (3) use of defective or poorly maintained surgical instruments resulting in burn injuries. We Can Help: Our Law Firm is dedicated to the pursuit of justice for newborn who suffer permanent injuries and disabilities caused by medical negligence and the parents and loved one who must care for them for the rest of their lives. To reach out and speak with one of our devoted birth injury lawyers call (855)385-2529. All consultations regarding your case are free of charge.

Failure to Perform Timely C-Section:

There are numerous medical complications during the delivery process which should act as warning signs to the practicing physician obstetrician of requirement to perform a cesarean section. Common injuries resulting from that failure can be life altering and cost millions of dollars in lifetime care and rehabilitation. A list of common birth injuries is provided below.
  • Bracial Plexus Palsy
  • Cerebral Palsy
  • Erbs Palsy
  • Brain Injury to the Newborn
  • Facial Paralysis
  • Broken Collar Bone
  • Vaginal Trauma to the mother including damage to the reproductive system
Serious Infections and C-sections: Infections during C-section procedures has witnessed a recent rise over the past decade. Infections to the mother and child can include sepsis. Common indications of sepsis in the mother may include, high fever, difficulty during urination, foul smelling discharge, high blood pressure, and flu like symptoms.

Filing a Medical Malpractice Lawsuit

Medical malpractice Claim against licenses professionals is a difficult and challenging process for plaintiffs and the attorneys charged with protecting their rights in the court of law. There are several laws and statutes which can distinguish a medical malpractice claim form usual personal injury causes of action. For example in the state of California there is a $250,000 cap on recovery for Non-economic damages in medical malpractice cases.
Compensation for your Loss: Victims of C-Section Malpractice are entitled to compensation for all their losses including (1) Medical health expenses (2) Future rehabilitation costs (3) Compensation for Disability care including nursing and home care expenses (4) Lost Wages (5) Pain and Suffering. Contact our Law Offices to have your case evaluated for free (855)385-2529.
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