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Birth Injury Attorney in Charlotte

Birth Injury Attorney in Charlotte

Being mentally prepared for life after a birth injury isn't enough; as a parent or guardian, you need to be financially prepared as well. That's because your loved one will need more than just physical and emotional support. They will need the right medical care to help them manage the effects of the injury.
And as we both know, healthcare isn't cheap in Charlotte or anywhere in the United States. The health aspect aside, you may need to dedicate more time to taking care of your child. This could even mean ending your career or settling for a lesser-paying job to spend more time with your child.
It could mean making special changes in your own living environment to accommodate your child's new conditions. All these lifestyle changes cost money, and not just once.
That's how far the impact of a birth injury can be felt. If you believe that your loved one was injured because of medical negligence, please contact us today for a free, no-obligation case evaluation. We might be able to help you pursue the compensation you and your loved one need to live a normal life.

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  • What Are Some Examples of Medical Negligence That Could Cause a Birth Injury to a Child?

    Negligence manifests itself in many different forms. Examples of scenarios that can lead to a birth injury may include:

    • Failure to monitor fetal distress during labor.
    • Improper use of forceps or vacuum extraction during delivery.
    • Delayed or improper response to complications during childbirth.
    • Medication errors, such as administering the wrong medication or dosage.
    • Failure to perform a timely cesarean section when necessary.
    • Inadequate prenatal care, which can result in preventable birth injuries.
    • Lack of proper communication among healthcare providers during labor and delivery.
    • Failure to diagnose and address maternal infections or medical conditions that could harm the baby.

     These are just a few examples of negligence that can potentially lead to birth injuries. Keep in mind that each case is unique, and negligence can manifest in various ways during childbirth. If you suspect negligence played a role in a birth injury, please reach out to us for a free case review.

  • What Are Some Long-Term Effects of a Birth Injury on a Child?

    Looking at the long-term effects of a birth injury on a child can help you understand the seriousness of medical negligence during the birth process. Here are a few examples: 

    • Physical disabilities or limitations, such as difficulty walking or using limbs.
    • Cognitive and developmental delays.
    • Neurological issues, including seizures or cerebral palsy.
    • Speech and communication difficulties.
    • Behavioral and emotional challenges.
    • Sensory impairments, like vision or hearing problems.
    • Chronic pain or discomfort.
    • Learning disabilities.
    • Reduced quality of life and potential need for ongoing medical care and support.

    The specific long-term effects will depend on the nature of the birth injury and the effectiveness of medical treatment and rehabilitation.

  • What Are Some Special Accommodations Parents May Need To Make After a Birth Injury?

    Parents of a child with a birth injury may need to make accommodations like medical care, home modifications, specialized equipment, educational support, caregiver assistance, and financial planning. Although the specific accommodations depend on the child's condition and requirements, money is usually the common denominator, which is why it is important to ensure you are adequately compensated. 

  • We Can Help Fight for Your Beloved

    At Morgan and Morgan, we are an injury firm for the people, not the powerful. You can count on us to defend your rights without paying a single cent upfront. Our Charlotte birth injury lawyers only get paid if they win.

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