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Birth is supposed to be an event of celebration, but sometimes medical malpractice can turn anticipation into tragedy. Doctors and nurses are trained to understand the risks and benefits of prescribing medications to expectant mothers. For the weeks leading to birth to the final few hours, doctors are expected to keep mothers (and their unborn children) safe and healthy. When doctors do not abide by the expected standard of care, babies can suffer from severe birth defects. If your child suffered a birth defect and you have reason to believe that it was preventable, contact the birth defect lawyers at BCH. We have 150+ years of combined experience holding negligent people and pharmaceutical corporations accountable for the harm they cause to others.
We can thoroughly investigate your claim, back it up with expert testimony, and build a strong case to fight for compensation for you and your child. Seek the justice that you deserve—call (713) 425-7100 for a free case consultation.
When doctors prescribe you with medications, you are supposed to be clearly informed of the risks involved with taking certain or defective medications that can cause birth defects. If you were not clearly informed or your doctor wrongly prescribed you medication that harmed your child, you may be entitled to compensation.
If you were prescribed any of the below medications while pregnant, contact our firm:
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There are numerous types of birth defects children may develop depending on the cause. These can result from either use of medication during the pregnancy or because of trauma caused by medical negligence.
The following are some common types of birth injuries:
At BCH, we understand the tragedy of birth injuries or defects. However, while the damage can never be undone, the law can make sure your family and child are provided for. The resources from a serious birth injury or defect claim can help pay for medical treatment, educational resources, safety modifications to your home, lifelong developmental therapy, and long-term care. When it comes to caring for your loved ones, you can entrust your case to our seasoned hands at BPB.
Contact our firm today for a free consultation—call (713) 425-7100.