Brain Injuries at Birth
Experienced Tulsa Birth Injury Lawyers
Head trauma during birth is one of the most serious birth injuries a newborn can experience. About 3 of every 1000 infants experience brain injuries at birth due to head trauma during challenging deliveries. When infant brain injuries occur in the birth process, they are often associated with times of decreased oxygen and a decrease in blood flow to the infant’s brain.
If you believe your child sustained head trauma during delivery due to the negligence of medical providers, don’t hesitate to contact our highly experienced, compassionate Tulsa personal injury attorneys. While the long term effects of brain injuries at the birth of your child cannot be quantified, we can help you pursue justice and appropriate compensation.
Schedule your free initial consultation with our experienced birth injury attorneys, call (918) 347-6456.
The Effects Of Birth Brain Trauma
Traumatic brain injuries can have a lasting impact on birth error and medical malpractice victims for years to come. Brain trauma during a long or difficult delivery can lead to a number of issues, including:
- Cerebral palsy
- Erb’s Palsy
- Meconium aspiration syndrome
- Swelling edema of the scalp (caput succedaneum)
If your child experienced any of the above symptoms of traumatic brain injuries at birth, contact our team today to discuss how we can help.
Advocacy For Parents of Babies Born with Brain Injuries
At Richardson Richardson Boudreaux we believe the families of birth injury victims should be compensated for accumulated medical expenses and future care. In addition, it may be important to pursue punitive damages for your family in order to prevent this from happening to other families, and to hold medical professionals accountable for their negligence. When you retain our firm, you can expect tireless advocacy from a Tulsa birth injury attoney who truly cares about getting justice on behalf of you and your family. Don’t hesitate to secure the counsel you need – call our firm today.
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