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Injuries during birth demand urgent action for accountability

Humans make mistakes. That is just part of life. But, there is a difference between a human mistake and a doctor's error. However, an error by a doctor's can be a totally different ballgame because these errors can lead to lifelong difficulties and even death.

In a previous blog post, we discussed what a big problem medical errors are in this country. They certainly aren't anything that can be ignored. If you have been injured by a doctor's error or have a child that was injured due to medical malpractice, now is the time to stand up and do something about it.

Think about injuries that can happen during birth. Those are very serious injuries that can cause a baby to suffer through his or her entire life. If the doctor doesn't do a c-section when one is needed or if the doctor doesn't use forceps properly, the child can suffer injury. That child might need lifelong medical care. Children who survive birth injuries may suffer a diminished quality of life for an extended period and possibly forever.

For the parents who have to cope with knowing that their child was injured at birth by a doctor, the need to take action is often overwhelming. We may be able to help parents take action through a medical malpractice lawsuit. This lawsuit can hold the doctor accountable for the error that he or she made. It can also do more than that. It can provide the parents with the financial means to cover the medical and care costs that the child will incur through life.

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