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Birth Injuries

Why the U.S. Is Such A Dangerous Place To Give Birth

This might surprise you, but our great nation isn’t so great at keeping mothers and infants safe while giving birth. Take a look at these facts: ► More than 50,000 U.S. women suffer injuries each year while bringing their children into the world.  ► Almost 700 die during or shortly after delivery. (US Centers for Disease…
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When A C-section Is Necessary (& When It’s Not)

Every woman wants an easy pregnancy. To enjoy her baby bump, daydream about her little one, and to have a smooth delivery. Complications are the last thing a mother wants to think about.  Whether delivery is vaginal or via C-section, bringing a child into the world is an intense process. Doctors and midwives are wonderful…
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Keep Your Baby Healthy | National Birth Defects Prevention Month

Much like a new year, learning that you’re pregnant is a time full of wonder and excitement.  A baby, despite their small size, changes almost everything. There’s a lot that goes into preparing for your little one, but really the #1 concern for most parents is how to keep their baby healthy.
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Your Birth Injury Claim — Get Justice

It’s hard to think of a more exciting yet simultaneously terrifying experience, than the birth of your child. You’re carrying a precious life within you. You’d do anything to make sure your baby is healthy and safe. Which is why you have to be prepared for anything. Introduction While our medical system is better than…
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Find & Choose the Best Birth Injury Attorney

There’s no two ways about it — birth injuries can be incredibly difficult. The emotional heartache parents experience is horrendous, let alone the physical and financial difficulties they face. They’re slung without warning into a harsh world where they’re forced to make tough medical and financial decisions that can drain the life out of even…

Is Cerebral Palsy Preventable?

Cerebral palsy is a term that describes a group of movement disorders which result from damage to areas of the brain responsible for muscle and motor control. A non-progressive disease, cerebral palsy can create a lifetime of physical limitations, and can range in severity depending on how severely the bran was damaged.