Birth paralysis injuries are injuries that occur during the childbirth procedure that result in paralysis to the infant. These are often injuries that are sustained to the child’s head, neck, spine, or other regions. They can also include injuries such as:
Birth paralysis injuries can be severe and can also result in long-term medical conditions. In some cases, birth paralysis injuries can also lead to other medical complication.
Birth paralysis injuries can be attributed to many different causes. Depending on the situation, different parties might be held liable for a birth paralysis injury. For, instance, the following persons or parties might be held liable, depending on the situation and the facts involved:
In some cases, multiple parties can be held liable if their different actions contributed to an injury or to injuries to multiple patients.
Birth paralysis injury claims may sometimes result in a lawsuit. These types of legal actions often involve compensatory damages, which is issued to the injured victim. These damages can cover medical costs, hospital bills, pain and suffering costs, costs of additional surgeries, and other losses.
If a physician was involved in birth injury medical malpractice, they might also face additional consequences. Sometimes class action cases can be filed if several persons were injured by the same cause.
Birth paralysis injuries are serious, and it may be necessary to hire a personal injury lawyer in your area if you need help with a legal claim. Your attorney can advise you on how to proceed and can provide you with legal advice and representation.
Last Modified: 05-17-2018 11:27 PM PDTLaw Library Disclaimer
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