Maximizing Recovery From Birth Injuries
Our attorneys understand that you and your child will face a lifetime of difficulty because of a serious birth injury caused by the negligence of an obstetrician, physician or delivery team member. We can help you pursue full and fair compensation through a medical malpractice claim against the negligent doctor.
Resourceful, Proven Atlanta Birth Injury Attorneys
Our trial attorneys bring over 40 years of experience to your case and have obtained substantial settlements and verdicts for our clients in many types of medical malpractice cases. With an extensive network of medical experts, our team is able to thoroughly investigate and prepare your case for trial from the start. We help you make informed decisions with your child’s best interests at the core.
Even if the birth injury was an accident or not deliberately caused, the liable doctor or hospital may be held accountable for the injury. We will look for warning signs that may have been missed.
We handle all legal matters on behalf of families whose children experienced serious birth injuries related to:
- Complications during pregnancy
- Delayed cesarean delivery
- Premature birth
- Failure to monitor fetal distress
- Defective vacuum-assisted delivery device or any other error during vaginal birth after cesarean (VBAC) delivery
- Carelessness during forceps delivery
- Uterine rupture or any other injury to the mother
- Birth asphyxia (lack of oxygen)
Our team can help your family get the maximum compensation you need if your newborn suffered injury during labor and delivery and has been diagnosed with any type of birth injury, including:
- Cerebral palsy
- Erb’s palsy
- Shoulder dystocia
- Brain damage
Speak With A Birth Injury Lawyer Today
Please call our firm at 678-812-6073, or email us to schedule a free consultation. We are happy to discuss your specific case and your legal options completely in our first meeting. You will gain a full understanding of our practice and how we can help you pursue a practical result in your child’s best interests despite the complexities of the medical community.