Traumatic Birth Injuries
Traumatic birth injury is one in which a baby sustains significant injury—often to the head—as a result of delayed or difficult labor and delivery. In many cases, a medical professional can prevent traumatic injury by performing diagnostic tests throughout an expectant mother’s pregnancy. These diagnostic tests are used to identify any potential obstetrical complications that can cause problems during labor and delivery. Upon diagnosing certain complications, health problems, or risk factors, medical professionals can provide appropriate treatment or plan a C-section operation. The adjustments protect babies from experiencing traumatic birth injuries during labor and delivery.
In this section of our website, the Michigan birth injury lawyers at Reiter & Walsh ABC Law Centers will explain some of the common medical conditions associated with traumatic birth injuries. We will cover the following obstetrical complications and traumatic birth injuries, as well as explain how instances of medical malpractice can result in lifelong injuries and disabilities in a baby:
- Forceps and Vacuum Extractor Injuries
- Cephalopelvic Disproportion (CPD) Injuries
- Intracranial Hemorrhages
- Prolonged or Arrested Labor
Legal Help for Traumatic Birth Injuries and Medical Malpractice | Detroit, Michigan Birth Injury Lawyers and Attorneys
If your loved one suffered a traumatic birth injury that you believe was the result of medical malpractice, we encourage you to reach out for legal help. At Reiter & Walsh ABC Law Centers, our Michigan birth injury lawyers have the skills, knowledge, and experience necessary to win highly complex cases related to traumatic birth injuries. Our birth injury attorneys have over 100 years of combined experience handling birth trauma cases and continually secure multi-million dollar cases for injured and disabled children. Reiter & Walsh, PC is based out of Detroit, Michigan and serves all 50 states. Our clients hail from all over the United States, in places including Michigan, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Texas, Tennessee, Wisconsin, Arkansas, Mississippi, Washington D.C., and more.
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