Holding Negligent Obstetricians Accountable
One of the most important decisions an obstetrician must make in labor is whether or not to deliver a child via Caesarean section (abdominal delivery). When fetal distress signs are present, or if the labor process is becoming overly lengthy, a Caesarean section is often the correct choice. When obstetricians fail to make the correct decision, or unnecessarily delay making the right decision, the unborn child and/or mother can suffer severe harm.
When children suffer cerebral palsy, brain injuries or other serious complications at birth, it is a source of profound emotional distress. When these injuries were caused by a doctor's failure, it can be even harder to deal with. A successful malpractice case can help you get the money to address your child's special needs and help your child live the fullest possible life. An experienced legal team can help you recover financial compensation and hold the negligent parties responsible.
We are the law firm of Rosenberg, Minc, Falkoff & Wolff LLP. Since the 1920s, we have helped injured children and mothers recover full financial compensation after a serious injury. When obstetricians delay or do not deliver a C-section despite clear warning signs, the children pay the price. Certain complications that can give rise to a C-section birth include:
- Signs of fetal distress
- Uterine rupture
- Umbilical cord prolapse
- Placenta previa; placenta abrupt
- Meconium aspiration
- Loss of heart beat
Our New York C-Section injury malpractice attorneys work with knowledgeable medical experts who will carefully review the medical information and economic experts who can provide the projected costs of these birth injuries. With this information in hand, our lawyers will take strong action against the negligent doctor and his or her insurers.
To see if our law firm is right for you, contact us. We offer a free, confidential case evaluation. Call 1-866-516-5887 or send an e-mail today. In all malpractice claims, we do not charge attorneys' fees unless we recover compensation for your injuries and losses.
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