A patient who enters a hospital or other medical facility to receive care expects that their doctor will deliver the best treatment possible. A pregnant mother not only expects this duty of care for herself but for her infant as well. Unfortunately, this doesn't always happen. The carelessness or negligence of a physician could cause the mother and baby harm in the care leading up to birth or during labor. Here are some common examples of medical malpractice that could lead to birth defects and other injuries.
What kind of injuries can you hold someone liable for? How severe do the injuries have to be? When my husband was injured by a faulty saw, we weren't sure what we were going to do. At that time, we didn't have any health insurance and had to try to come up with the money for emergency and long-term medial treatment. This created an impossible time for my family. My husband was out of work and we had medical bills piling up because a product that we paid a lot of money for malfunctioned and injured my husband. So, what can you do when this happens? Read through my blog.