Delivery Room Injuries Can Have Lasting Physical And Financial Consequences
An injury to a newborn baby is a type of trauma unlike any other. The joy parents experience during the birth of their child is trumped by sadness, fear and panic about what the future holds for their new baby.
If you believe your newborn suffered injuries because of the negligence of the OB-GYN, nurse or other medical staff, you may have a legal cause of action.
Although our lawyers cannot undo the harm caused to you, your baby or your family, we can help you obtain damages to help pay for the necessary medical, educational and other important expenses needed for your child in the years to come.
Over Two Decades Of Experience
Our team of attorneys has over 20 years of combined legal experience litigating cases for individuals and their families located all throughout the state of Texas who have experienced birth injury and other personal injury matters.
We handle all birth injury and trauma cases, including but not limited to:
- Brachial plexus injuries
- Brain damage, due to lack of oxygen caused by umbilical cord compression or strangulation
- Cerebral palsy
- Pulmonary hypertension
- Skull fractures
- Meconium Aspiration Syndrome
Learn more about these specific types of birth injuries in greater detail.
Our Experience Negotiating With Insurance Companies
We have worked with many different insurance companies that have been retained by health care entities, hospitals or doctors to defend against negligence claims.
We know the tactics they use. Many often delay, deny or lowball settlements for injured victims. At Janicek Law, we will advocate for you to make sure this does not happen.
Contact Us To Learn About Potential Legal Options
Even if you are unsure your baby’s injury was due to the negligence of the hospital staff, contact us to set up an appointment to talk about your situation. Our experienced team of lawyers can discuss the law and offer advice on potential legal options available.
We also assist mothers who have been injured during or after birth. Reach out to us to learn more.