Twin Birth Injury Lawyers serving all of New Jersey Having one child is a miraculous event, but two? Perhaps even more amazing. While multiple birth pregnancies are a miracle of nature and more than ever, of science, they are also inherently more dangerous that typical pregnancies involving only one baby. In fact, having twins automatically […]read full article
If your child suffered a birth injury and you are considering filing a claim for medical malpractice in New Jersey, it is important to be aware of certain statutory rules that may affect your case. Perhaps you are unsure of how long you have to file a birth injury claim, known as the “statute of […]read full article
A midwife is a person trained to assist women in childbirth. While some choose to employ the services of a midwife, drawn to the benefit of a natural birth or more relaxed birthing process, midwives can make mistakes just like any other doctor, nurse, or medical professional. The specialized training and licensing required to be […]read full article
Cerebral palsy can occur for any number of reasons, one of the most common of which is medical errors during labor and delivery. Unfortunately, the identification of underlying human errors on the part of doctors, nurses, and medical staff often occurs only after a child suffers permanent harm. In these scenarios, parents and caregivers may […]read full article
Can Using Pitocin to Induce Labor Cause Injuries? If you or your child suffered harm during childbirth, you may be wondering if using Pitocin to induce labor had something to do with it. Labor and delivery is a highly intricate process, requiring incredible knowledge, skill, and diligence on the part of the doctors and medical […]read full article
You go into labor with the best intentions and the highest hopes for an easy birth and a healthy baby. Unfortunately, situations can arise during labor and delivery that jeopardize this hope. Under these circumstances, doctors sometimes decide to pursue an assisted delivery approach. The most common assisted deliveries use forceps or vacuums to help […]read full article
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 […]read full article
If your baby suffered a brachial plexus injury during birth, you may be wondering if certain factors made it more likely for this to happen. Although there have been many advances in obstetric care and healthcare practices overall in the last fifty years, the rate of brachial plexus birth injuries has actually increased, contrary to what one […]read full article
Prematurity has been linked to a host of long-term complications, many of which result from trauma at birth. For children born premature, the immediate effects of a birth injury may precede developmental problems that arise years down the road. As evidence of this phenomenon, a recent study published in the journal eNeuro, discovered a connection between […]read full article
Being pregnant affects women in different ways. Some expectant mothers feel perfectly well, while others experience fatigue, morning sickness, back pain and other difficult symptoms. Although there are some common symptoms that come with pregnancy, others signal a serious condition like gestational diabetes that must be diagnosed and managed appropriately. Gestational diabetes doesn’t simply affect […]read full article
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.
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.
The statute of limitations to file a medical malpractice lawsuit varies from state to state. The time limits may begin when your child's condition is identified, not necessarily when it occurred. Contact us for information that applies to your child's specific case.
Research published in the Journal Pediatrics found that 45 percent of pediatric patient medical errors resulting in harm were most likely preventable.