C-Sections Can Result In Serious Injuries
There are many potential complications that can arise during the delivery of a child. Cesarean sections, or C-sections, can offer vital relief to a fetus or mother who is suffering critical distress. But, that relief can only come when a doctor and his or her support staff are aware that a C-section is necessary.
Obstetricians and other medical professionals who aid in a delivery need to take steps to ensure that the delivery is progressing normally. Failing to monitor the health of the mother or child or misinterpreting the information from fetal monitoring strips or other sources can have disastrous consequences.
When a child is under distress, there may be precious little time to perform an emergency C-section. The decision needs to be made quickly, and it needs to be based on a correct assessment of all available information. Failure to do so can result in a variety of injuries, including:
- Cerebral palsy
- Brain damage
- Hypoxic-ischemic encephalopathy (HIE)
We Have Obtained Tens Of Millions Of Dollars For Our Clients
At Colley Shroyer Abraham, we are committed to helping parents whose children were injured by the failure to perform a C-section in a timely manner. With more than 150 years of combined personal injury experience, our firm can effectively pursue the full compensation your child deserves for the injuries he or she suffered due to medical malpractice. We know how devastating injuries to a child can be, and we utilize the full experience and skills of our firm to help those in need.
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Contact The Columbus C-Section Complications Injury Lawyers Of Colley Shroyer Abraham
If your child was injured in relation to a cesarean section or the failure to perform one, ensuring that he or she is provided for in the future is your top priority. The attorneys of Colley Shroyer Abraham can help you craft a strong case that can create accountability. For a free initial consultation, call 614-678-5072, toll-free at 877-450-2697 or simply contact us online.
We take all cases on a contingency basis, which means that we do not receive any attorney fees unless we win your case.