Common Causes of Birth Injuries
Parents facing a birth injury in their child are naturally devastated by the news. No parent wants to see their newborn child have such serious problems as can occur with a birth injury. Many don’t realize that the injury may have been caused by negligence and blame themselves for having done something wrong. What they may not know is how common birth injuries are and how severely they can impact the life of your child. It is not always obvious that a condition your child is born with was caused due to negligence on the part of the treating medical staff. It is therefore vitally important to obtain the services of a San Antonio personal injury attorney who knows how to evaluate this type of case so as to provide you with your legal options.
A frequent cause of birth injuries is due to lack of oxygen during delivery. Injuries that can result from oxygen deprivation include cerebral palsy, brain damage or other neurological injuries. These types of injuries will prevent your child from leading a normal life, and likely require life time care. These types of injuries can leave a family devastated, both emotionally and financially. Any such injury caused by a doctor, nurse, hospital or other medical professional needs to be held accountable for their negligence. The Malaise Law Firm can provide you with the caring and compassionate personal injury lawyer you will need if you are facing a medical malpractice claim such as this.
Protecting Your Rights in San Antonio, TX Claims
Parents facing this type of emotionally devastating news rarely know what to do. Our dedicated legal staff will work closely with you to determine exactly what occurred to cause the injury and get you the much needed financial compensation you deserve. Although money will not repair the damage to your child, it can at least provide for the care and comfort your child will need throughout their life. We will provide you with personalized attention throughout the course of your claim, and aggressively pursue recovery for your loss.