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High levels of bilirubin in newborns can have major consequences


For most Pittsburgh parents, the birth of a baby is a happy affair. Most newborns are born without consequences and are healthy and can go home in just a few days. But sometimes newborns are born with medical conditions and birth injuries that need further treatment.

My baby suffers birth injuries due to hypoxia, what can I do?


The birth of a baby is an exciting event for almost all Pennsylvanian parents. However, this joy can turn to anger when the baby is deprived of oxygen during labor and delivery. This is called hypoxia, and while some cases are mild and resolve themselves quickly, others are more serious in nature and can lead to birth injuries and permanent disability. If this happens, you most certainly want to understand your legal rights and learn more about the types of available recourse.

Link between autism and birth injury being studied


Pittsburgh parents-to-be can be extremely excited to meet their new addition. The nine months preceding birth can be filled with trepidation but also gratitude and enthusiasm. With the rise of autism across the country, many parents wonder if their child will be the next to be diagnosed.

Family gets $15 million for brain injury caused by medical error

Imagine that your child has a history of medical problems. He has been in and out of the hospital most of his life, but has been doing very well at managing his condition. When he comes down with a cold, however, you worry more than other parents might. You have been working with doctors for your child's whole life and trust that they know what they're doing. When they recommend an over-the-counter medication for your child's cold, however, the doctor you speak to forgets to mention that there is one kind you should avoid. 

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