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Enduring Impacts of Birth Injuries for Life

Every birth is miraculous, considering all of the biological processes that must come together to launch a new life. Fortunately, most deliveries occur without problems. And yet, when a problem arises, the emotional, psychological, and financial damages can be enormous. In addition, when medical mistakes cause birth injuries, the emotional and economic consequences can be […]

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Hearing Loss and Birth Injuries: The Connection

Fundamentals of Hearing Loss in Infants According to the World Health Organization (WHO), normal hearing range begins at 20 decibels for both ears. Anyone with hearing below that threshold has mild, moderate, severe, or profound hearing loss and is hard of hearing, depending on how far below the 20 decibels. The non-working part may be […]

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What Can Go Wrong with Anemia During Pregnancy

Undiagnosed or Untreated Anemia During Pregnancy Pregnancy is an exciting but exhausting time. The pregnant body goes through so many changes that many women complain of fatigue, poor concentration, and other symptoms during pregnancy. However, careful physicians do not take for granted that pregnancy alone causes a woman to be tired and have brain fog. […]

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Common Injuries for Babies in Breech Births

Breech Baby Delivery Complications When a woman’s pregnancy nears term, her visits with her doctor typically increase. Both the physician and patient prepare for the upcoming birth, continuously checking on the health of the baby and the mother. In one of those checkups, a doctor may discover that the baby is in a breech position. […]

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What Being Born Blue Could Mean for Your Baby

When a Newborn’s Skin is Blue in Color after Birth, it may be a Sign of Serious Health Complications Some babies are born with blue-tinged skin, gums, or fingernails. Normally, their blood becomes fully oxygenated after five to ten minutes, and the blue disappears. However, when the blue tint does not disappear, a baby may […]

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Late Diagnosis of a Birth Injury

Delays in Diagnosing Birth Injuries & Possible Consequences in New Jersey Birthing a child is miraculous. The body’s production of hormones and contractions at just the right time to move the fetus from the womb to the outside world is an incredible human feat of perfection when all goes right. Unfortunately, sometimes all does not […]

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Post-Admission Infection during Delivery in the Hospital

Pregnant women are vulnerable to infection in the hospital during delivery. They spend long hours in labor, sometimes being prodded and checked every hour during later labor progress. Physical examinations to check cervical dilation and readiness for the baby’s delivery consist of doctors or nurses inserting fingers and possibly medical devices to calculate the cervical […]

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How Traumatic Birth can Impact the Senses and Sensory Processing

At the most basic level, all of the senses are used to connect a baby to their mother or father, an important formative attachment through which the infant learns. When a baby is born with sensory issues, however, their brain and body may have difficulty interpreting and responding to sensory information. When a newborn first […]

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Common Cognitive Disabilities and Disorders Associated with Medical Malpractice during Childbirth

Children injured before, during or after birth often develop cognitive and neurodevelopmental disabilities that require patience, love and resources from families, schools, and society. A child with intellectual, physical or emotional disabilities typically struggles in school or social situations, difficulties that continue into adulthood in many cases. Certainly, parents and siblings of a child with […]

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Our Team Advocates for Infant with Brain Injury Caused by Birth Asphxia

In the United States, between three and 20 full-term babies will sustain brain damage during birth. The potential causes of infant brain injury can range from maternal infection to placental abnormalities. One of the most prevalent causes of infant brain damage is known as birth asphyxia, which occurs when the baby experiences lack of oxygen […]

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  • How do I know if my child has a pediatric malpractice case?

    If your child suffered an injury, complications, or a medical condition resulting from medical negligence, you may have grounds for a pediatric malpractice or birth injury lawsuit. Learn more.

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    If a doctor, nurse, hospital, or other healthcare provider failed to provide adequate care for your child and they suffered harm, you can pursue compensation for medical expenses, pain and suffering, and more. Find out about damages.

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