Montana Birth Injury Attorneys
Your Family Deserves the Best Montana Birth Injury Lawyers—We’ll Help You Find Them
No family should have the joy of a new baby interfered with by the uncertainty of medical complications. After a birth injury occurs, families need answers from those they trusted with the health of their child. Excuses don’t heal injuries, and a Montana birth injury attorney will fight to hold those at fault responsible for their neglect.
Our network of Montana birth injury attorneys has helped clients dealing with:
- Brachial Plexus Injuries
- C-Section Injuries
- Cerebral Palsy
- Erb's Palsy
- Fetal Distress
- Head Cooling
- Hypoxic-ischemic Encephalopathy
- Infant Brain Damage
- Injuries to Mothers
- Shoulder Dystocia
- Vacuum & Forceps Injuries
- Infant Wrongful Death
The injuries listed above manifest in different ways. Some show instantly, while others take years to develop. Some heal with time, and others inhibit a child’s ability to function for the rest of their life. However, all birth injuries should be prevented by medical professionals who are following their training. When parents and children are let down by there medical care providers, Birth Injury Guide helps them find answers by connecting them to qualified Montana birth injury lawyers.
Birth Injury Guide is ready to help you find the best legal help when you call (844) 243-9993. The best Montana birth injury lawyers are out there, and we’ll connect you.
Find the Right Montana Birth Injury Attorney for You Case
While many birth injuries are preventable, they happen from a variety of causes. In the United States, 6 to 8 of every 1,000 babies suffer from birth injuries. Disappointingly, this statistic makes birth injuries an event that is not uncommon in the American delivery room. Another statistic is even more startling: as many as 157,000 birth injuries were found to be preventable in a one-year study. The care required for severe birth injuries is extensive. Surgeries, rehabilitation, and lifelong care are just a few of the costly medical needs an injured child has. Birth injuries are diverse and costly, and each one needs the help of a qualified attorney.
Birth Injury Guide is a resource that is dedicated to helping all families find the legal assistance they need to provide the most comfortable life possible for their child. Our network contains the nation’s most accomplished and well-known attorneys. The best legal help does not cost more money. Attorneys only collect payment if they win results in a birth injury case. This means that families do not need to worry about finances as their attorney fights for their compensation. Birth Injury Guide will help you avoid attorneys who are only out to collect a quick fee and will connect you with the ones who fight for the results that their clients deserve.Call Birth Injury Guide today at (844) 243-9993 to take the first steps toward obtaining the compensation that your child needs.
When a baby is disproportionately large relative to the due date or the size of the mother.
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.
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.
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.