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Category: Birth Injury

When Are C-Sections Unnecessary?

Understanding Your Rights If You Were Injured During Labor and Delivery Delivery via cesarean section (c-sections) has seen a dramatic increase over the past decade, with studies showing that the number will continue to rise. C-sections can be both n ...

Can Epidural Errors Cause Birth Injury?

What to Do If Your Child Sustained a Birth Injury Related to Your Epidural Epidurals are a commonly used form of pain management during labor and delivery. The procedure, however, can have detrimental effects if not properly administered. It is impor ...

Who Is Liable in a Birth Injury Case?

Understanding Who May Be Held Legally Responsible for Your Child’s Birth Injury No parent can imagine their child suffering harm during the labor and delivery process, particularly when that harm is the result of a healthcare provider’s negligenc ...

Common Causes of Birth Defects During Pregnancy

Understanding Your Rights If Your Child Was Born with a Birth Defect Birth defects are common, affecting nearly 120,000 babies every year. When a child is born with a congenital defect or deformity, parents often wonder why trying to pinpoint the cau ...

The Beasley Firm’s Victories for Birth Injury Clients

Successfully Litigating Birth Injury Claims for Over 60 Years There is nothing more devastating than learning that your child has suffered unimaginable and irreparable harm as a result of a health care provider’s negligence. Since 1958, The Beasley ...

When Should I File a Birth Injury Claim?

 Understanding Your Rights If You Suspect Your Child Suffered a Birth Injury Birth injuries are one of the most devastating forms of medical negligence that exists. However, it can be difficult to discern whether you have a valid claim for damag ...

Reducing Infant Brain Injury Risks with “Neonatal Cooling”

What is Neonatal Cooling? Infants who experience oxygen deprivation during delivery are at risk of suffering a brain injury. Neonatal cooling treatment is also referred to as hypothermia therapy or head cooling. It is used to keep a baby’s head or ...

What’s the Difference Between Fetal Malposition and Malpresentation?

Differentiating Between Fetal Position and Presentation While fetal malposition and fetal malpresentation may sound like they are the same, each has different characteristics. One thing they have in common is that when not appropriately addressed dur ...

Can a C-Section Prevent Birth Injuries?

What is a C-Section? A Cesarean delivery (C-Section) is a surgical procedure to deliver a baby through an incision in the abdomen and uterus. Many C-sections are scheduled in advance, and in some situations, recommended if the mother had a prior C-se ...

What Is Birth Trauma?

It is common knowledge that giving birth can be very painful; for this, most expecting mothers are prepared. However, many people are unaware of birth trauma, a psychological condition occurring in the postpartum period that is very similar to post-t ...

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