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A child and his or her parents may have cause to file a medical malpractice claim against an obstetrician or other responsible healthcare provider if a C-section was delayed, resulting in a birth injury.
When can we say that a C-section was unnecessarily delayed? Answers to this question in your case may include one or more of the following factors:
Whatever the circumstances, if your baby was irreparably harmed because a C-section was delayed longer than it should have been, you may have cause to claim compensation from negligent health care providers or the hospital where you gave birth. Talk to a lawyer at Brown, Moore & Associates, PLLC to learn how we can help you.
An unjustifiable delay in a C-section may have left your baby with one or more of these birth injuries:
Delay in a C-section can harm the mother, too. Whether the baby, the mother or both were injured, you owe it to your baby and your family to request an investigation into why a C-section was unnecessarily delayed, despite indicators of its advisability.
If your baby has suffered a birth injury because of a delayed C-section and you have additional questions after reviewing the information on our website, we invite you to contact our office to speak with a registered nurse about your potential claim. To make an appointment with a Charlotte delayed C-Section attorney, call toll free 844-452-3688 or send us an e-mail.