If your child, or an infant that you know, has been the victim of a birth injury in Connecticut then you need to get answers to your very important questions. You will need to consult with an experienced Connecticut birth injury lawyer so that you can have your rights explained to you and so that you can make an intelligent decision as to how you would like to proceed with your child's birth injury case. It is important to consult with an experienced Connecticut birth injury lawyer as soon as possible so that your rights can be protected and that your case can be properly investigated.
Connecticut birth injury cases can result from a variety of causes that can be the result of doctor malpractice, hospital malpractice, or other health care malpractice. Some of the causes of birth injuries include, but are not limited to, the following:
- Failing to perform or ordering the necessary tests at the proper time during the pregnancy
- Failing to recognize that an infant is in fetal distress in a timely manner
- Failing to recognize that the infant is being deprived of oxygen or is experiencing some other type of problem, in a timely manner
- Using excessive force when delivering the baby
- Failing to determine that a C-section would be necessary in a timely basis
- Misusing forceps or some other medical device when attempting to deliver the infant
Connecticut birth injury cases can result in a variety of health problems that can range from brain damage, paralysis, cerebral palsy, Erbs palsy, lifelong mental and physical problems, and in certain cases death. Many of these permanent injuries will have lifelong detrimental effects upon the child that will be accompanied by massive medical expenditures and out-of-pocket expenses that could bankrupt most, if not all, families. It is very important that any potential Connecticut child birth injury case be investigated at the earliest possible moment given the very grave nature of these types of cases.
Our Connecticut Birth Injury Lawyers have been investigating Connecticut medical malpractice cases, Connecticut doctor malpractice cases, and Connecticut hospital malpractice cases for decades. We will be happy to discuss the facts of your potential case with you and advise you as to your options and provide you with a great deal of valuable free information. Please call us at our toll-free number at 888-244-5480 and speak with one of our experienced Connecticut lawyers and schedule a free in office consultation so that we can review the facts of your case with you in detail.You owe it to your injured child to check into whether or not there appears to be a potential cause of action against the responsible parties. You will be doing nothing more than gathering information, in these early stages, because there is no cost or obligation to get this information.