Maternal Medical and Pregnancy Conditions

When medical professionals fail to diagnose, manage, prevent, or treat maternal health complications or obstetrical conditions, a fetus or newborn is at risk for developing dangerous and permanent birth injuries. If a medical professional fails to properly address and treat an obstetrical complication or maternal medical conditions and the baby is harmed or injured in any way, it is medical malpractice.

Throughout this section, the award-winning Michigan birth injury attorneys at Reiter & Walsh ABC Law Centers will discuss the most common maternal health problems that, without the proper care, can result in cerebral palsy (CP), hypoxic-ischemic encephalopathy (HIE), infant brain damage, and other dangerous birth injuries. These complications and health conditions include the following:

Legal Help for Maternal Medical Conditions, Obstetrical Complications and Birth Injuries

It is a medical professional’s responsibility to ensure that maternal medical conditions and health problems are promptly diagnosed and treated. If you know a child who sustained a permanent birth injury as the result of a poorly handled maternal health condition, please reach out to our birth injury attorneys today. The Reiter & Walsh, P.C. team will provide you with a free case review, answer your legal questions, and inform you of your options. The Michigan birth injury attorneys at Reiter & Walsh, PC have decades of experience handling cases related to misdiagnosis, poor maternal health management, and other instances of medical malpractice.

Our attorneys handle cases all over the United States, in places including Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Mississippi, Texas, Wisconsin, Michigan, Ohio, Washington D.C., Arkansas, and more. Additionally, our team handles cases involving military hospitals and federally funded clinics. To begin your free case review, please contact us in any of the following ways:

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