Premature Birth

Premature Birth Attorneys & Cerebral Palsy Lawyers Helping Babies who have HIE, Cerebral Palsy & Periventricular Leukomalacia (PVL)

Premature Birth Attorneys & Cerebral Palsy Lawyers Helping Babies who have HIE, Cerebral Palsy & Periventricular Leukomalacia (PVL)Premature birth can cause a baby to have lungs and other body systems that aren’t fully developed, which significantly increases her risk of having infection, sepsis, respiratory distress, hypoxic ischemic encephalopathy (HIE), intraventricular hemorrhages (IVH) and periventricular leukomalacia (PVL). These birth injuries can lead to other serious problems, such as cerebral palsy, seizure disorders, meningitis, intellectual disabilities, and hydrocephalus. The best way to prevent problems associated with premature birth is to prevent the baby from being born preterm. If physicians know a baby will be born prematurely, there are certain treatements that can be given in the womb to help prevent the baby from having brain damage and breathing problems. Throughout this page, our Detroit, Michigan birth injury and premature birth attorneys will discuss important things to know about premature birth and its prevention.

Listed below are some important medical issues and treatments related to preterm birth.

Legal Help for Birth Injuries | Detroit, Michigan Premature Birth Attorneys

Should you have any legal questions or case inquiries, we encourage you to reach out to Reiter & Walsh ABC Law Centers today. We are one of the only law firms in the world that exclusively handles birth injury cases, equipping our team with the depth of knowledge and experience necessary to win complicated, multi-million dollar cases.

Our team of birth injury and premature birth attorneys will review your case for free, answer your legal questions, and inform you of your legal options. To begin your free legal consultation, please call our legal team toll-free at 888-419-2229. You may also press the Live Chat tab on your browser screen or complete this online contact form.