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Pursuing Maximum Financial Compensation for Birth Injuries

While most births end with happy results for the newborn and the family, there are many things that can go wrong during labor and delivery. When these are not dealt with competently and effectively, a Springfield personal injury lawyer should be consulted. Medical malpractice, negligence, use of excessive force and many other actions or inactions can have permanent and devastating effects for the child and family. With experienced and capable legal representation, it is possible to bring a personal injury claim against the responsible parties with the goal of obtaining financial compensation. This compensation can help greatly to cover the costs of huge medical bills and care for the injured newborn or mother. A difficult birth can be very challenging for all involved. When negligent complications result in increased costs as well as pain and suffering, you need a Springfield birth injury attorney behind your case.

Common Birth Injury Accidents

Birth injuries often occur when the oxygen and blood supply to the brain are inhibited during birth. This lack of oxygen can occur from a compressed umbilical cord. When delivery personnel must use forceful means to deliver, it can result in traumatic brain injury, spinal cord injuries, and damage to the skull.

A lack of oxygen to the brain can cause many conditions including:

  • Cerebral palsy
  • Mental retardation
  • Vision & auditory problems

Birth injuries can also occur when equipment is not properly sterilized. Streptococcus infections contracted in the hospital or delivery center can cause a newborn serious permanent disability or tragic wrongful death. The signs of injury do not always show up immediately. If you suspect something went wrong during the birth of your child, act now.

Compassionate & Caring Legal Representation

At A Good Law Firm, our Springfield birth injury lawyer has over 35 years of experience fighting for victims of birth injuries. Alan R. Goodman knows what it takes to bring the guilty to justice and reward the victims.

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