If your child suffers from a serious medical condition after a difficult delivery, it is extremely important to talk to an experienced medical malpractice attorney immediately. The law requires that you act quickly to file a medical malpractice claim against the obstetrician or other medical professional who is responsible for your child’s birth injury.
Not all complications during delivery are due to medical negligence. More than compensation, what most parents of a child who suffers a serious birth injury need is answers. What really happened? Who is to blame? Who is responsible to pay for physical therapy or lifetime care?
Resources, Knowledge And Experience In Fighting For Birth Injury Victims
At Wood & Carlton, P.C., we represent parents of children who were badly injured or died because of a medical mistake at a hospital or other medical facility in Mississippi or western Tennessee. Our firm brings together the medical resources and legal knowledge necessary to handle your claim effectively. We will sit down and provide you with a clear understanding of your rights, options and legal strategies in seeking compensation for any serious birth injury, including:
- Hypoxic injury or brain damage resulting in physical disability and/or developmental disorders such as cerebral palsy
- Shoulder dystocia or Erb’s palsy
- Fetal trauma caused by failure to monitor or diagnose a serious complication
- Bacterial or viral infection resulting in organ damage
- Delivery room error resulting in the wrongful death of your child and/or your child’s mother
An experienced lawyer at Wood & Carlton, P.C., can help you find doctors and medical professionals who will provide the appropriate medical treatment your child needs and the documentation necessary to develop a strong case to hold negligent medical professionals liable for your child’s birth injuries.
Contact Us Today For A Free Consultation
For honest answers and straightforward legal guidance in dealing with your child’s birth injury, call our toll-free help line at 662-643-4341 or contact us by email now. All birth injury cases are taken on a contingent fee basis, which means that there will be no out-of-pocket legal fees for you to pay. We only collect a fee if we obtain a financial settlement or jury award on our clients’ behalf.