12 Quick Facts That Could Support Your Birth Injury Lawsuit
According to the American Academy of Pediatrics, most birth injuries are avoidable when risks have been identified, preventative steps are made to reduce complications, and appropriate care has been provided. And while some minor injuries to a fetus and newborn may occur and can resolve without treatment, a birth injury is better defined as the structural destruction or functional deterioration of an infant’s body due to a traumatic event at birth.
Unfortunately, many birth injuries lead to a child’s pain and discomfort resulting from a long-term disability. Parents must act quickly if they would like to receive compensation for these injuries and damages. If considering a lawsuit, know that these facts, and many others, could support each unique case.