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 and without their expertise, mortality stats would skyrocket. But every once in a while a healthcare professional makes a decision that’s more harmful than it is good. Continue reading When A C-section Is Necessary (& When It’s Not)

Afraid To Sue For Malpractice? Don’t Be.

Let’s say you need major surgery. You prepare for it according to the hospital’s recommendations, you show up on time, and you leave the hospital soon after the surgery, as expected. When you get home, though, you notice an abnormality: The hospital clearly made a mistake—something you can hold them liable for.

As the weeks go by, you contemplate suing the hospital. You think about the financial stress, the lengthy legal proceedings, what your family and friends may think. 

In this article we’ll cover the most common reasons people don’t sue (and why they probably should). Suing isn’t bad, and it isn’t scary. Let’s dig in. Continue reading Afraid To Sue For Malpractice? Don’t Be.

Statute of Limitations in Birth Injury Cases

As is the case with most personal injury lawsuits involving negligence, birth injury lawsuits must be filed within a specified period of time. Known as the statute of limitations, this time limit creates a strict deadline for pursuing a lawsuit against the party or parties that caused your child, or you, harm. Should that time limit expire, victims and families will be barred from pursuing legal action and recovering compensation for their damages.
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