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Assistance For Parents of newborns injured during birth

Assistance For Parents of newborns injured during birth

Parents of newborns that suffered from injuries before, during, or after delivery may be entitled to compensation

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why parents are coming forward

Each year, thousands of newborns are injured as the result of the negligence of physicians or other medical professionals present during birth. Birth injuries can have life-long consequences for newborns, often requiring them to have special care or treatment.

Some common examples of birth injuries that can be the result of medical negligence include: cerebral palsy, erb's palsy, brachial plexus, and shoulder dystocia.

Parents of injured newborns are encouraged to come forward and receive a 100% free no-obligation case review with a qualified attorney to learn more about any available options for compensation.

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Birth injuries in the news

2021

Parents across the country begin to come forward and file individual claims for compensation after their newborn suffered from injuries.

2021

A newborn's physician failed to diagnose them with jaundice, leading to preventable injuries.

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