Portland Birth Injury Lawyer
Angel Law, P.C. Working to Protect Families in Need.
When the medical staff involved with helping a mother give birth to her child acts negligently or fails to perform their duties in a way that should have been preventable, serious birth injuries can occur to both the mother and the newborn. Medical malpractice caused by a delivering physician, an obstetrical delivery team, or any team member during childbirth is never excusable. Even if the staff is working long hours or is comprised of largely inexperienced practitioners, it is their duty to provide a safe environment for birthing mothers.
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If you are facing a case involving a birth injury, you deserve to find peace of mind and an appropriate financial recovery to help you pay for damages or losses. Contact our Portland birth injury attorney from Angel Law, P.C. today to learn what legal options may be available to you.
Call (503) 862-8666 or contact us online today for a free consultation.
Types of Birth Injuries Caused by Negligent Birthing Staff
The truly upsetting fact of birth injuries is that so many should have been avoidable. The staff in charge of the birthing procedure should have been familiar with what needed to happen, and what should not have been allowed to happen. They should have gone through medical school or specialized training for this reason, so any devastating mistakes that do occur are likely due to some slip of the mind or carelessness.
Some common forms of birth injuries, either to the child or the mother, include:
- Cerebral palsy
- Brachial plexus injuries
- Shoulder dystocia
- Brain damage due to oxygen deprivation
- Unsafe or hasty C-section procedures
- Wrongful death
Birth injuries can be caused by a number of individuals, including the delivering physician OB/GYN, nurse, midwife, or anesthesiologist. Any individual responsible for substandard care during the prenatal, labor, or delivery period can be liable for birth injuries. In some cases, a hospital bears partial responsibility for a birth injury because of its lack of adequate training or failure to provide adequate facilities.
We will help you seek a financial recovery to pay for: Long-term therapy, nursing care, medications, medical bills related to the birth, and damages for your emotional trauma.
Legal Guidance from a Successful Injury Lawyer
We understand how difficult it is to consider litigation when you have suffered possibly the greatest hardship in your life. At Angel Law, P.C., our medical malpractice lawyer in Portland can help you find an amicable solution without pushing you out of your comfort zone.
If you have questions about injuries related to the birth of your child or to that of a family member, please do not hesitate to contact our firm. We represent clients from all over the state and we can promptly travel to meet with you in your home to discuss your potential legal matter.
Your initial consultation is free, so call (503) 862-8666 today!
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