Birth Injury

Birth Injury from Goldberg & Osborne

By: Goldberg & Osborne  06/03/2015
Keywords: wrongful death attorney, Wrongful Death Lawyer, Brain Injury Lawyer

When a child suffers a birth injury, the family may be faced with a future that involves complicated, prolonged, and expensive care for that child. Making this situation even more difficult is the fact that parents are often left in the dark about the causes which contributed to their child’s condition. The injury may be due to one or more medical mistakes during pregnancy, labor or delivery. Parents are often left with the incorrect impression that their child simply has a condition that could not have been prevented. A careful review of the care provided throughout pregnancy, during delivery and after birth can reveal situations where a doctor may be liable for damages. A birth injury lawsuit can be an effective measure against unreasonably dangerous or negligent doctors. An Arizona birth injury attorney can help evaluate a claim against a doctor, nurse or hospital. Most parents have no way of knowing that what has happened to their child wasn’t inevitable, and many do not know where to begin to search for answers. Parents who have a child suffering from a birth injury should call our Arizona birth injury lawyers now at 1-800-THE-EAGLE (1-800-843-3245) for a free case evaluation.

Keywords: Brain Injury Lawyer, wrongful death attorney, Wrongful Death Lawyer

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