Oxygen Deprivation Injuries
Atlanta Birth Injury Lawyers
During the birth process, it is vital that an infant receive a sufficient
supply of oxygen. In many cases, an experienced doctor can note problems
that would lead to oxygen deprivation and take corrective action to protect
your child. When they fail to provide proper care, however, your child
can suffer injury and even permanent defects.
At Goldstein & Hayes, P.C., we are committed to helping families recoup
from the damage caused by birth injuries. To facilitate this, we provide
compassionate, personalized service for all of our clients. We have recovered
more than $200 million on behalf of the individuals and families suffering
from negligence. Contact our Atlanta birth injury attorneys today to seek
just compensation for your loss.
Results of Oxygen Loss
There are a number of reasons an infant may suffer from oxygen deprivation,
ranging from problems with the umbilical cord to the mother's blood
pressure. A well-trained medical professional should be able to identify
these problems and take proper measures to treat them before they cause
significant damage to the child. Improper or delayed action may lead to
Oxygen deficiency can lead to any of the following:
In addition to initial medical costs, these complications may require lifelong
medication or therapy. You should not have to shoulder the consequences
of injuries suffered as a result of medical malpractice. Our
birth injury lawyers in Atlanta can help you develop an effective claim to seek just compensation.
Choose Advocacy from Goldstein & Hayes, P.C.
Don't hesitate to reach out to our attorneys regarding your birth injury
case. We understand the emotional difficulty caused by birth injuries, and our
Atlanta personal injury attorneys are here to stand by your side as you work toward recovery. With more
than 60 years of experience representing victims of birth injuries, we
are able to help you develop a claim that meets your needs.
Explore your legal options today. Contact Goldstein & Hayes, P.C. to
free case evaluation.