When doctors and other medical professionals make mistakes during the labor and delivery process, the results can be catastrophic. What should be a joyous occasion can leave families wanting answers and wondering where to go from here.
The dedicated San Antonio birth injury lawyers at The Law Offices of Tyler & Peery have extensive experience helping families find out what went wrong. If a birth injury was likely the result of medical malpractice, we will fight to get families the full and fair compensation they deserve.
Contact our firm online or by calling (210) 774-6445 for a free, confidential consultation.
We Handle All Types of Birth Injury Claims
Our attorneys understand the common causes of many birth injuries. In some cases, medical professionals may fail to diagnose gestational diabetes or eclampsia, putting both mother and child at risk. Oxygen deprivation during labor can result in cerebral palsy, developmental delays and even death. Errors made during the delivery process can cause Erb's palsy and shoulder dystocia, which may leave a child with little to no function in the affected arm.
Depending on the severity of the injury, a child may require a lifetime of medical care. Even in cases that are less serious, numerous surgeries and physical therapy may be needed to help the child reach some level of functionality. We understand that there is no amount of compensation that can erase what happened in the delivery room. However, we can help you get the financial assistance you need so you can focus on healing and moving forward with your life as a parent.
If You Have a Medical Malpractice Claim, Contact Our Lawyers
We know what a medical malpractice or birth injury case looks like and we know what it takes to prevail in these often difficult cases. To find out more about what your options are following an abnormal labor delivery, contact our birth injury attorneys in San Antonio. We assist clients throughout Texas.
Call (210) 774-6445 or submit an online contact request for a free case evaluation. Se habla español.