Cesarean section (C-section) operations might seem routine. In the United States, nearly one in three women give birth by having a cesarean section operation performed. In many cases, doctors advise women to have a C-section operation for the health and well-being of both the mother and the child.
But doctors don’t always explain all the risks associated with C-sections. And when something goes wrong, medical professionals are often reluctant to admit they made a mistake that caused your birth injury.
Our experienced birth injury attorneys can help. That’s because we’ve been there before for mothers and families like yours. For more than 45 years, Jeffrey M. Goldberg Law Offices, PC has been fighting for the rights of women and children injured due to C-section operation. Our results speak for themselves. In case after case, we consistently obtain sizable verdicts and settlements for injury victims and their families.
There are essentially two types of medical negligence claims that involve C-section error. In some cases, a C-section should have been performed and wasn’t, or was performed too late. In other cases, a C-section is performed at the correct time, but a mistake is made during the procedure itself.
In the first type of C-section error claim, health care professionals often miss or ignore symptoms of:
There are also other factors that indicate a C-section is the most prudent course of action. Failure to do so could result in serious brain damage or even death.
In the second scenario, mothers and newborn babies may suffer lifelong or fatal complications from injuries such as:
Make sure you talk to an attorney as soon as possible. Make sure you contact us.
Evidence builds strong cases. That’s especially true when it comes to C-section injuries or fatalities. Without the facts to back up your case, you might have a hard time getting the money your family needs and deserves for your injury-related expenses.
That’s why it’s critical that you talk to an attorney who knows the law and understands how it relates to C-section injury cases in Illinois, Wisconsin or wherever your injury occurred. Our attorneys have worked with birth injury victims from around the country. We know how the legal system works and how to get results.
Put your trust in a law firm that puts your needs first. Schedule an appointment today. We can talk with you by phone. We can meet with you at our offices in Chicago or Milwaukee, or we can travel to meet with you at a more convenient location. No recovery, no fee.