Indianapolis Birth and Child Injury Lawyers
Giving birth to a child is a joyous moment for any family. But when a medical provider’s negligence causes developmental disabilities, lifelong impairment, or a severe birth injury to your baby, you may be worried about how your family will provide the care he or she deserves.
At Stewart & Stewart Attorneys, we have years of experience helping people during some of the most difficult times in their lives, and we’re here to fight for your family. Our Indiana birth injury lawyers are ready to help you get the compensation you need for your child. Don’t wait to get legal help. Our 24/7 staff is ready to help you with your case now—call (800) 33-33-LAW or contact us today to get started.
Causes of Birth Injuries
Birth injuries can be the result of a medical professional’s negligence before, during, or after delivery:
- Before Delivery
When physicians fail to run tests or detect fetal abnormalities during pregnancy, they put newborns at risk of life-threatening complications.
- During Delivery
Forceps bruising, medical malpractice during delivery, and complications resulting from breech birth, fetal distress, or oxygen deprivation can lead to severe injuries requiring a lifetime of medical care.
- After Delivery
Newborns can suffer lifelong impairment when doctors and nursing staff fail to diagnose postpartum conditions or treat injuries sustained during delivery.
Stewart & Stewart Attorneys employs doctors and registered nurses to review our clients’ medical records, so we can investigate the cause of your child’s injuries and hold the parties responsible accountable for their negligence.
Fighting for the Compensation Your Family Needs
When your child is suffering from a birth injury, the costs of providing the lifelong care your child needs can be staggering. Our Indiana birth injury lawyers understand that your family is already dealing with significant emotional trauma, and we want to help ensure you don’t have to pay out of pocket for someone else’s wrongdoing.
Our legal team will work hard to get your family the compensation you need to cover your child’s care, including:
- Present Care
Expenses that often follow severe birth injuries can include:
- Medical Treatment
- Nursing Care
- Personal Mobility Devices
- Loss of Lifetime Earnings Capacity
Your child’s future ability to work may be affected by his or her injury or condition.
- Pain and Suffering
Severe birth injuries can be painful, as well as disabling.
There are strict legal deadlines, or statutes of limitations, that limit the amount of time you have to file a birth injury claim. If your child is the victim of medical negligence, take action now to protect your child’s rights. We want to help.