Blog Posts in August, 2014

How do birth injuries differ from birth defects?

Many Texans, including some expecting mothers, assume that birth injuries and birth defects are one and the same. In fact, birth injuries differ from birth defects, although both can cause serious ...
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"Wrongful birth" suit arises over child's permanent disability

Technology has made the journey from conception to birth safer, as well as more interesting, for Texas parents. These days, expecting mothers and fathers can track their baby's progress in the womb ...
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Why are ectopic pregnancies so dangerous?

The words "ectopic pregnancy" are often enough to strike fear in the heart of any expecting mother in Texas. While, fortunately, this type of severe pregnancy complication is rare, it can be extremely ...
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New scholarship developed for victims of birth injuries

Unlike most other types of injuries, birth injuries affect two people instead of one. Doctors and other medical professionals who treat pregnant women are obligated to treat both mother and baby with ...
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Evaluating Time Limits for Filing a Medical Malpractice Lawsuit in Texas

Help Your Lawyer Help You A very common question we hear from potential clients is "How long do I have to file a medical malpractice case in Texas?" With very few exceptions, the time to file a ...
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Medical malpractice: more than just OR or ER negligence

There are many different types of medical malpractice lawsuits that can be filed in Texas relating to birth and pregnancy. When most people think of "malpractice," though, they often envision a ...
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