New Jersey Birth Injury Lawyers
Serving Middlesex, Monmouth, Somerset, and All 21 New Jersey Counties
Birth is supposed to be a time of celebration and anticipating, but malpractice can quickly turn a joyous time into one of tragedy. Doctors and nurses who act negligently during a baby’s delivery risk its life, the life of the mother, and the family’s well-being as a whole. When you need an attorney who has the experience and the insight to hold a doctor accountable for their medical negligence, contact Levinson Axelrod, P.A. We not only have extensive experience handling medical malpractice claims—one of our attorneys, Rosemary McGeady, has 20 years of experience as a board certified physician.
For the medical and legal experience you need for your malpractice case, contact our firm for a free case consultation.
What Constitutes a Birth Injury?
Birth injury (or birth trauma) is any injury that a baby suffers during delivery. Birth injuries have multiple causes, some of which are natural. However, doctors are trained to anticipate difficult births and should be prepared to handle them well ahead of time. For example, for large babies or mothers with smaller-than-average pelvic sizes, a doctor should be adequately prepared for a caesarean section procedure.
Some common results of medical negligence include:
- Erb’s palsy
- Cerebral palsy
- Bone fractures
- Facial paralysis
- Shoulder dystocia
- Forcep or vacuum injury
Why Call Levinson Axelrod, P.A.?
Our firm has been helping the people of Central New Jersey with high-quality representation for 80 years. Our attorneys continue the proud tradition that was established by our founders in 1939—helping the people of New Jersey recover the compensation they deserve.
Over the last 5 years alone, our commitment to our clients has allowed us to secure them over $350 million in verdicts and settlements. We are proud to help good, honest, hard-working people seek justice against negligent parties. While doctors are an important part of our community, their mistakes must be held accountable for the sake of their patients. Lifelong disabilities like those described above require financial support—support that our clients often cannot afford.
If you believe that your doctor may have caused your child a debilitating birth injury, call (732) 440-3089 today.