Birth Injury Law

A Birth Injury is a profound injury or death resulting from trauma to the baby or mother, due to medical mistakes, negligence, malpractice, or flawed hospital policy during the birthing process. This means a medical professional failed to use the appropriate degree of skill and care that would be used by a reasonable medical professional under similar circumstances.

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  • Malpractice suits alleging “improper bonuses” settled

    Incentives are a great way to motivate individuals and push them to reach new heights and get better at a given task. Rewarding people for their efforts is a common practice that usually yields a positive result but that was not the case in two recent medical malpractice lawsuits against UPMC [University of Pittsburgh Medical Center].

  • Michigan Birth Injury Litigation 101

    You spent nine months dreaming about what your baby would look like. You eagerly anticipated holding him for the first time. Hearing that first cry. Instead, there was panic. Labor took too long. You listened to the fetal heart rate monitor anxiously awaiting the next bleep that let you know your baby's heart was still beating.

  • Recoverable Damages in Michigan Medical Malpractice Cases

    Your doctor made a mistake. You were injured. You now have to take time off work, pay unexpected medical costs, and hire someone to maintain your home and yard. As a result, you are teetering on the edge of financial ruin. Are you entitled to be reimbursed for medical expenses? Lost wages? Mental anguish? The short answer is yes.

  • Is It Too late to Sue: Statutes of Limitation and Repose in Michigan

    Lawyers receive calls every day from people who are injured but waited too long to sue. Don't sleep on your rights. There are time limits that must be followed when bringing a lawsuit. Wait too long, and your claim will become barred by a statute of limitation or repose.

  • Michigan Medical Malpractice 101

    Michigan, like many other states, has strict rules governing the procedure one must follow in pursuing a lawsuit against a healthcare provider or hospital. Make a mistake, and the case might be dismissed. This area of the law is so complicated, a patient should not try to represent themselves.

  • Is Your Doctor Experienced Enough to Operate on You?

    When you need a medical operation, you will naturally have a lot of concerns and questions about your health and your recovery, but one question that may not immediately occur to you is: how experienced is your doctor at the surgery they are going to perform on you? It should, however, be among the top of the list of your questions regarding surgery.

  • What Are the Signs and Symptoms that a Baby Suffered a Brain Injury at Birth?

    When a baby suffers an injury during labor and delivery, parents are devastated and have many questions about what happened, why it happened and whether the injury could have and should have been prevented.

  • Safety Protocols and Electronic Medical Records Can Reduce Incidence of Birth Injury

    Childbirth is especially susceptible to medical error because of the complexity and variability of the medical issues that can arise. Medical mistakes during childbirth can lead to devastating injuries, such as Cerebral palsy or Erb’s palsy, and sometimes even result in the tragic loss of the infant’s life. When your child suffers a birth injury, you should always consult with an experienced medical malpractice lawyer.

  • Injuries that Warrant a Car Accident Claim
      by HG.org

    Car accidents usually cause minor to severe injuries for those involved, and even when someone has only been mildly included in these incident, he or she may be harmed in the process. It is important to know when a claim is warranted, or when an insurance settlement provides enough to cover the medical costs.

  • What to Do after a Baby's Birth Goes Terribly Wrong
      by HG.org

    A baby’s birth is usually one of the happiest times an expecting mother experiences in her life. However, this is not the case when a medical professional is negligent in his or her duties. The consequences of unprofessional actions often affect the entire life of the person birthed during this situation.


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