Birth Injuries

Do You Have A Cerebral Palsy Case? Or A Birth Injury Case For That Matter?

For a birth injury attorney to tell you whether you have a birth injury claim, they must conduct a thorough review of all the facts and gather all necessary medical records. Throughout this review process, your birth injury attorneys will be reviewing items such as electronic fetal heart monitor strips. This review will target things such as whether there are occurrences of late decelerations, or whether minimal variability is shown on the strips, along with other things. Additionally, if meconium was present in the fluid this will also be reviewed. An examination of the umbilical cord gas (if conducted) will be analyzed. These are but some of the areas that will be thoroughly reviewed and examined to determine whether medical malpractice was the root cause of your child’s cerebral palsy diagnosis.

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