Is Your Child Suffering due to Birth Injuries?
Retain a Caring Sarasota Medical Malpractice Attorney
Childbirth has never been considered easy and never will be. The mother
faces fatigue and exertion like no other experience can place upon her.
Worse yet, if medical teams are not careful, the child may suffer avoidable
birth injuries upon delivery. A nightmare for the parents of the infant,
it is important to know your rights and take steps to hold those responsible
for the damage accountable. If your child has suffered birth injuries,
you need to contact
Attorney Maria Gerber at
Gerber Law without delay.
What causes birth injuries?
Doctors and nurses often face long hours on a regular basis, which can
lead to exhaustion, neglect, or the reliance on inexperienced staff members
to take over duties. None of these reasons are excuses for causing birth
injuries, though, and may be subject to high fines or penalty in a court of law.
Reasons a birth injury may occur include but are not limited to:
Mishandling: Pulling or twisting during childbirth – or mishandling medical equipment
to extract the newborn – is one of the leading causes of birth injury.
Incorrect medication: If the mother is given inappropriate medication or administered improper
dosage, the child may suffer as well.
Failure to monitor vital signs: Overlooking or ignoring the newborn’s vital signs for distress is
a clear sign of negligence and often leads to birth injuries.
Attorney Gerber Has Years of Legal Experience to Your Benefit!
Unfortunately, countless birth injuries inflicted in this country can be
avoided, and all of them are ultimately expensive. Without monetary compensation,
parents may be unable to get their child the medical care they need. Many
birth injuries affect a child for the rest of their life and you should
not have to shoulder this burden alone.
If your child has suffered a birth injury due to a doctor’s negligence,
Sarasota medical malpractice attorney Maria Gerber is eager to help you.
She has been a licensed Florida attorney for over 20 years and is equipped
with the knowledge needed to pursue the compensation you deserve. When
you retain her, there is no risk involved –
she doesn’t charge you until she wins.
Don't go through this alone! Call Gerber Law today for a