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Tragically, severe injuries can occur during pregnancy, labor, or shortly after birth.
Many Michigan parents face the challenge of providing for a child with special needs and seeking to secure the child's future care and treatment. If medical error caused the child's injury, a medical malpractice claim may be possible, to help ensure financial security for potentially staggering medical and financial costs.
Our law firm understands the emotional hardships of families dealing with traumatic birth injuries that could have been avoided.
While most injuries or illnesses are usually not caused by medical treatment errors, others are linked closely with medical negligence or medical mistakes. Thus, it is necessary to take a close look, to determine whether a birth injury was caused by a physician or hospital mistake, or if the birth injury was something that simply could not be avoided.
Cerebral palsy is one major group of illnesses, which may result from avoidable medical mistakes.
Click here to go directly to our special section about legal action on behalf of children with cerebral palsy.
If your child has been diagnosed with a birth injury that you believe may have been caused by a doctor or hospital's mistake, consult with a birth injury lawyer. Submit a simple, free and confidential legal consultation form today.
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