Welcoming a new child into your family is one of life’s greatest joys, and parents often look forward to their baby’s birth with excitement. If your child was injured in the birth process, however, it can be an extremely difficult experience. Not only are you unable to bring home the happy, healthy child you anticipated, but you might also face a future of difficult health-related decisions, immense expense, and the stress of caring for a child with special health needs. If your child was injured at birth, consult with an experienced Michigan personal injury lawyer today.
A birth injury refers to physical harm that a baby endured in the process of being born. This is in contrast to a birth defect, which refers to a condition sustained while developing in utero. Birth injuries can either be systemic (internal, system-level damage like a lack of oxygen that leads to brain damage) or mechanical – often called birth traumas – like an injury sustained due to forceps or vacuums.
While babies can suffer any number of injuries at birth, there are several that are most common, including:
If your child was injured during the birth process, the dedicated personal injury attorneys at Nickola Law in Michigan are committed to helping you obtain the compensation necessary to provide your child with the fullest possible recovery. We’re on your side, so please don’t hesitate to contact us for more information today.
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