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Maternal obstetrical complications can complicate post-natal outcome for both mother and baby. During the prenatal period, maternal conditions such as gestational diabetes, hypertension, cardiac disease, renal disease, or blood clotting abnormalities may require intensive and ongoing management. Complications such as uterine rupture, cervical laceration, liver injury, and clotting abnormalities require timely recognition and management to prevent injury or death. If there has been an obstetrical complication that has resulted in maternal disability or death, further evaluation is recommended.
Hampton & King has more than 60 years of collective experience representing mothers who have suffered injuries or obstetric complications resulting from improper treatment, anesthesia errors, OB-GYN or staff negligence, or medication errors. We employ registered nurses who coordinate a network of healthcare and investigation professionals to develop and prepare a strong case to present at trial.
Contact Hampton & King to schedule a no-cost consultation about injuries you may have suffered.
Obstetric Malpractice Claims May Be Based On:
- Uterine rupture
- Postpartum hemorrhage
- HELLP syndrome
- Vaginal breach delivery
- Pregnancy-induced hypertension (PIH)
- Preeclampsia and eclampsia
- Cesarean (“C-section“) complications
Complications: Preeclampsia & Postpartum Hemorrhage
Failure to properly monitor a mother’s blood pressure and other important vital signs can result in dangerous complications such as preeclampsia and postpartum hemorrhage. Doctors and nurses who fail to properly monitor a woman’s condition and take preventative action can be held financially liable for injuries that occur as a result. At Hampton & King, our legal team is standing by to help. We can consult medical experts who review the actions and decisions of doctors and other staff in cases involving preeclampsia and postpartum hemorrhage.
Contact our Houston law offices at (713) 489-0993 to discuss your birth injury claim. We work on a contingency fee basis, which means we only recover fees if we win your case.