Helping you hold a negligent doctor liable for birth injuries

Bringing new life into the world is an exciting event for parents. It is also an exciting career for the medical professionals that partake in the pregnancy, labor and delivery process. While much time and effort goes into planning and preparing for the birth of a child, the parent-to-be cannot always prepare and avoid any and all issues and complications. And there is one event that a parent can never prepare for — the negligence of a medical professional helping with the birth of their child.

Hearing that your newborn has suffered birth trauma is never easy. Such an event is likely shocking, unfathomable and often traumatic. At Rosen Louik & Perry, our dedicated attorneys understand the tragedy that new parents are going through after discovering that their newborn has suffered a birth injury. Our law firm is devoted to helping parents in the Pittsburgh area navigate these events.

When medical negligence occurs, there is often a paper trail that will evidence it. Our lawyers have the resources necessary to uncover the necessary medical documents, witness accounts and expert witnesses that will help prove a client’s legal action. Our experienced attorneys are skilled at proving even the most complex matters, helping parents obtain the compensation they deserve.

A birth injury could quickly become a costly event. An infant could require ongoing medical care, treatments and even surgeries. A newborn might suffer a birth injury that could impact him or her for the rest of their life. Our law firm goes over every detail of a client’s case, ensuring they understand what is at stake.

To learn more, check out our law firm’s birth injury website. It can be a difficult time for parents; however, it is also a time when parents need to fully understand what options are afforded to them. A parent never expects their newborn to suffers injuries due to negligence. However, they should be fully aware of the steps they can take to hold a negligent doctor accountable for the damages caused.