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Meeting Your Child’s Educational Needs After a Birth Injury

Special Education Resources and Options Allow Children with Birth Injuries to Thrive in an Educational Environment while Meeting their Specific Needs. When birth injuries occur, the damages may not unfold until later. Many birth injuries involve the baby’s oxygen deprivation during labor, or infection, or other neurological and physical damage affecting the brain or body […]

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If My Newborn is Dropped in the Hospital, What are my Rights in NJ?

A birthing scene is buzzing with doctors, nurses, and family members rushing around the delivering patient. With such commotion, it is not unusual for accidents to occur, though it is less common for a doctor or nurse to drop a newborn unintentionally. Whether a doctor in a hospital or a medical professional at a birthing […]

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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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Understanding What Happens in a Baby’s First Hours

A Look at What to Anticipate and What Can Go Wrong During the First 24 Hours with a Newborn After laboring and finally delivering your child, you would be surprised how much there is yet to do. The hospital staff or midwife wants to ensure that your baby is breathing well and thriving, so they […]

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Rh Incompatibility and Associated Injuries during Pregnancy and Following Birth

Rh incompatibility refers to a serious situation in which a pregnant woman and her fetus have different Rhesus (Rh) factors. An Rh factor indicates whether you have a specific protein on the surface of your red blood cells. When you have the protein, you are Rh-positive. Without the protein, you are Rh-negative. Whether you have […]

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Does My Child Have a Kernicterus Claim?

Infants May Suffer Extreme Complications, Permanent Neurological Impairments, and Possibly Death when Kernicterus Occurs. Annually, 60% and 80% of newborns develop jaundice, characterized by yellowish skin and eyes. Full-term babies fall on the lower end of the range, and premature babies on the higher. Typically, mild jaundice is not problematic and resolves on its own. However, […]

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Herpes Encephalitis Birth Injuries & Malpractice Lawsuits for Infants and Children

Encephalitis or brain swelling is a virus or viral infection that can make someone extremely sick or die, especially for pregnant women and their babies, if left untreated. The arboviruses that typically cause encephalitis come from animals, like rodents and birds or insects. The virus is transmitted from animals to humans via blood carried by […]

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Financial Support for Birth Injury Victims

Financial Assistance and Benefits if a Child has been Injured at Birth Childbirth injuries can be emotionally and financially catastrophic. A child injured at birth may have cerebral palsy, facial paralysis, Hypoxic Ischemic Encephalopathy (HIE), seizures, or brachial plexus injuries that cause lifelong pain and struggle. Disorders resulting from birth injuries can make movement, balance, […]

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What is Vasa Previa?

New Jersey Vasa Previa Attorneys Of all the birth complications that can occur during delivery, vasa previa is a consequential condition with the potential to cause severe birth injuries and death of a baby. The condition can lead to extreme harm to a newborn, namely brain damage and stillbirth, among other severe complications and permanent […]

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Hypotonia in Infants: Signs, Causes and Medical Negligence

Perhaps you worried when your baby was having trouble feeding and hung limply in your arms. A physical examination may have revealed weak muscle tone throughout the baby’s body. The doctor explained that further testing was necessary for a diagnosis of suspected hypotonia. So what is hypotonia in infants? What are the signs and symptoms? […]

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