New Mexico Birth Injury Attorneys
Call Us at (844) 243-9993 to Find the Best Birth Injury Lawyers in New Mexico
The birth of a child should be a moment filled with unbridled joy for parents. However, sometimes mistakes happen in the delivery room, and families are suddenly faced with the challenges presented by a serious birth injury. Parents and their suffering child deserve more than excuses from a medical team after a birth injury, and Birth Injury Guide is ready to help find answers.
Our network of New Mexico birth injury lawyers has helped families 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
These injuries may heal with time or last for the lifetime of a child. However, they all have one thing in common: they require extensive medical attention for a successful recovery.
Birth injury Guide Connects Families With New Mexico Birth Injury Attorneys
Why should birth injuries be compensated for? First, they are too common of an occurrence in the United States. Some estimates place the number of babies injured during birth at 6 to 8 out of every 1,000. Medical workers know that these injuries are happening too frequently and should be taking every step to prevent them. Second, birth injuries are costly for families. No one should be expected to pay for the mistake of a person they trusted with the health of their child.
Birth Injury Guide connects families with the best attorneys in their area. We do this because we want families to know that the best legal help is available to them. Attorneys only collect fees if they win results in a birth injury case, so families can be certain that they can retain experienced help and afford it. Birth Injury Guide maintains a repository of proven attorneys across the nation. When families call us, we connect them to the best New Mexico birth injury lawyers.
Find your lawyer today by calling us at (844) 243-9993 or by filling out our easy online form.
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.