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Find the Best Alabama Birth Injury Lawyers with Birth Injury Guide

Birth injuries are terrifying for families who are suddenly facing their existence in a child’s life. They transform what was originally a moment of joy into one that is full of uncertainty. Birth injuries happen during 6-8 out of 1000 deliveries, and medical professionals must give families answers for why their procedure went wrong.

The state of Alabama was given an F rating from March of Dimes International for having a high rate of babies born preterm. A medical staff typically produce a long list of excuses for why injuries happen to children during birth. While some babies sustain minor scrapes and bruises during delivery, others suffer injuries that stay with them for their entire lives. This is unacceptable.

If your family needs answers, help is available. Call Birth Injury Guide today at (844) 243-9993 to be connected with an Alabama birth injury lawyer.

Why Having an Accomplished Birth Injury Attorney in Alabama Is Vital

Your child’s future is largely decided by the quality of your attorney. If you’re worried about being able to afford an attorney—especially with all the medical costs you’re facing—we have good news. Birth injury attorneys handle cases under contingency fee arrangements, an agreement where families only pay for legal services if they get a settlement or verdict. Contingency fees enable families to hire the best legal help instead of only the help they can afford.

Birth injuries include the following:

Families deserve answers when birth injuries occur. These injuries often happen because a doctor, nurse, or other medical staff member failed to follow proper protocol and failed to administer the health care needed during delivery. Medical professionals are trained to properly respond to specific situations and signs, and when they fail to do so, families pay for it emotionally, medically, and financially. If your child is suffering from a birth injury in Alabama, help is available.

Contact Birth Injury Guide Today for Help with Your Child’s Alabama Birth Injury

There are answers for what happened to your child, and your family needs help from someone who will find them for you. One of the most reassuring aspects of obtaining the help of an Alabama birth injury attorney is the fact that families are not limited by their economic status. Birth Injury Guide is ready to help you find the legal help that your family needs. Our network will help you locate the best birth injury attorneys in the area, so you can be certain that your family is receiving help today.

Contact Birth Injury Guide for help finding an Alabama birth injury attorney by filling out our easy online form or calling today. A member of our team is ready to help you at (844) 243-9993.

Common Risk Factors that Lead to Birth Injuries

If you experienced one of these issues during birth and your child is showing symptoms, you might have a case. Call (844) 243-9993 today.
  • Larger Babies

    When a baby is disproportionately large relative to the due date or the size of the mother.  

  • Premature Birth

    Babies born prior to 37 Weeks are at a heightened risk of birth injury and often have complicated medical problems. 

  • Cephalopelvic Disproportion (CPD)

    Size and/or shape of mother's pelvis was not adequate for baby to be born vaginally.

  • Hypoxia

    Occurs when a baby is deprived of oxygen to it's brain, before, during or after delivery. This can lead to a variety of severe brain injuries. 

  • Prolonged Labor

    Labors lasting longer than 20+ hours can cause HIE, cerebral palsy, infection, sepsis, meningitis and many other issues to the baby. 

  • Abnormal Birth Position

    Babies born face first, feet first or buttocks first are at risk as the baby could become stuck in the birth canal. 

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