Decades Of Experience With Birth Injury Cases
Many birth injuries are caused by lack of oxygen to the infant during labor, resulting in brain damage. If your child suffered brain damage as a result of negligence on the part of a doctor, nurse, hospital or other health care provider, you may be entitled to financial compensation for the resulting injuries.
Based in North Haven, Connecticut, medical malpractice lawyers at Williams, Walsh & O'Connor, & , LLC, handle all types of birth injury cases, including those involving baby brain damage. We understand the lifetime consequences of brain damage and will help you explore your legal options. Call 203-285-3593 or 866-530-7228 to arrange a consultation today.
Common Causes Of Brain Injury To Babies
The most grave birth injuries are ones that cause damage to a baby’s brain. These can result in seizures, mental retardation or loss of bodily functions. Some brain injuries can require lifetime care. These injuries can be caused by:
- Delayed delivery resulting in hypoxia, a medical condition caused by lack of oxygen to the brain
- Failure to perform a timely C-section
- Complications of vaginal birth after C-section
- Drug interactions, overdose or administration of contraindicated drugs
- Trauma due to improper delivery methods
- Failure to respond properly when a fetus is caught in the birth canal
- Failure to monitor the baby’s heart rate for signs of fetal distress
- Trauma during delivery
Birth injury cases are complex because they usually involve emergency situations and judgment calls by doctors and nurses. In a successful case, we must prove that the child would have been born healthy were it not for the medical provider’s negligence. Our medical malpractice lawyers know how to investigate and build strong cases showing that the medical team made mistakes that have lasting consequences for your family.
Contact Our Attorneys Today
We are located in North Haven, close to the intersection of Interstates 91 and 95. Evening and weekend appointments are available upon request.
Our firm handles brain damage birth injury cases on a contingency fee basis. That means we don’t get paid until we get successful results for you.