Protecting your child's future Birth Injury Attorneys Cameron, MO Birth Injury Attorneys in Cameron, MO. After the pain of a birth injury, you need an seasoned lawyer you can trust and depend on to fight for your family in this terrible moment. Contact the birth injury attorneys of Burger Law in Cameron, MO right away at (314) 500-HURT to discuss your birth injury case for free and discover what we will do to help you receive maximum compensation for your or your child's injuries. Let our legal experts help your family move forward and be made whole with a complete financial recovery. When your child experiences a birth injury before, during or after delivery, it can be traumatizing and painful. It can be especially enraging when the birth injury is the result of negligent or improper medical care. If your child was hurt because a doctor did not give you the care you and your child deserved, Burger Law’s Cameron, MO team of birth injury lawyers will fight for you to get the financial recovery you and your family are entitled to to preserve you and your loved ones’ future and begin on the path to recovery. Call our Cameron, MO birth injury attorneys now at (314) 500-HURT or contact us online to get your complimentary case evaluation to see why hiring Burger Law is the first step to making you and your family whole again. Birth Injuries in Cameron, MO About six to eight out of 1,000 children born in the United States suffer a severe birth injury, which equals about one in every 9,714 children and 28,000 babies a year. About two percent of neonatal deaths are the result of birth injuries. Such injuries can include fractures or disorders that have an effect on an infant’s development or brain function. Many Cameron, MO attorneys may have seen some medical malpractice suits, but not in birth injury cases or with the exact birth injury you or your child experienced. Our Burger Law birth injury lawyers have seen every type of birth injury and know every type of birth injury case, and you can be confident that we will fight on your behalf until you get the best possible. Do I Need a Cameron, MO Birth Injury Lawyer? If you feel that you or your child was injured owing to a doctor’s negligence or breach of care, then you must pursue the help of veteran birth injury attorneys in Cameron, MO. Having a child in Cameron, MO already comes with an overabundance of expenses and concerns including food, clothing, school supplies and more. Add to that the possibility that your child could need months or years of medical care, rehabilitation or lifelong care, all due to a doctor’s negligence or careless actions. You should be thinking about when your child will need new shoes, not when they will outgrow their wheelchair because a doctor broke the rules. The accomplished Cameron, MO birth injury attorneys at Burger Law will quantify your complete damages, including the dollar sum of any potential future medical costs and other expenses and damages. Your dedicated birth injury attorney will demand that you receive a full and just recovery. Whatever your child’s circumstances, you want to use your energy giving your child with nourishment and happiness, not trying to navigate a maze of complicated legal processes. When you call our birth injury attorneys at (314) 500-HURT, we begin work on your case immediately to deliver great results. We manage all the documentation, communication and litigation so you can spend your energy on you and your child’s physical and emotional well-being. Our expert birth injury lawyers will maximize your compensation and get you and your family on the road to recovery. We finance your case so you will not have to pay any fees until we win your case. Thankfully, many birth injuries are minor, and as babies are still developing and growing quickly, some injuries can heal rather fast. Regardless of whether the injury is minor or leads to lifelong disability, you are owed the best possible compensation for your medical costs, pain and suffering and other damages if the injury occurred because a doctor or medical institution in Cameron, MO broke the rules and did not give you and your newborn child the professional care they should have. Kinds of Birth Injuries Cerebral Palsy Cerebral palsy is a group of disorders that affects movement and the most common form of birth injury that affects about 4 in 1,000 children. There are three kinds of cerebral palsy: Spasticity (stiff muscles) Dyskinesia (uncontrollable movements) Ataxia (poor balance and coordination) Spasticity is the most common type and affects about 80% of people with cerebral palsy. The disorder can be mild – the child may have an unusual gait but does not necessitate any special assistance – or more severe, and your child might require special equipment to walk or not be able to walk at all. Diagnosing and treating cerebral palsy involves diligently watching your child’s development, and that can include extensive medical appointments, costly tests and special equipment to help your child walk or carry out other basic functions. The Cameron, MO-based birth injury lawyers at Burger Law fight until the negligent party pays for all of your past, present and future medical damages related to your birth injury. The medical world is still researching the causes and possible risk factors of cerebral palsy. We do know it happens because of abnormal development of the brain while the brain is still developing, which can happen at any time during the pregnancy or birth. When it occurs during birth, many times is is because a doctor or nurse who was delivering the baby was negligent. Doctors need to sufficiently monitor if a child is in distress or if it is receiving enough oxygen to its blood supply. If your baby develops cerebral palsy because a doctor did not correctly monitor them, Burger Law’s Cameron, MO birth injury attorneys will take on your claim and make certain that you receive the best possible recovery you are owed. If you are worried that your child is not meeting movement achievements and suspect they might have cerebral palsy, it is key to immediately reach out to your doctor, who will evaluate your child and may refer you to a specialist. You can also contact Missouri’s Early Intervention system for a free evaluation if your child is still under three years of age. If your child is diagnosed with cerebral palsy and you believe a medical professional in Cameron, MO is to blame, call Burger Law today at (314) 500-HURT for your complimentary case evaluation with a professional Cameron, MO birth injury attorney, and start on the path to collecting a full recovery and protecting the future of you and your child. Brachial Plexus Injuries and Erb’s Palsy Brachial plexus injuries are a category of birth injury that results from damage to the brachial plexus – the network of nerves in the shoulder that is in charge of movement and feeling in the upper extremities – during delivery. It hinders the movement of the arm and shoulder. This is caused by excessive stretching around the shoulder, neck or head during birth, typically when the baby’s head is stretched to the side. This can occur because the baby was very large, abnormal birthing presentations such as buttocks first or because a doctor pulled to hard and too long on the infant during delivery. Erb’s Palsy is a type of brachial plexus injury where the arm is weak and the shoulder joint lacks range of motion. Some severe cases involve the tearing of the nerves and can cause permanent nerve damage. Thankfully, in the majority of cases, range of motion will return within a few months, and there are specific exercises you can practice with your baby to help retain movement as he or she is recovering. Regardless of the scope of the injury or and the cost of the medical treatment, the Cameron, MO birth injury lawyers at Burger Law will make certain that you collect maximum compensation and that the at-fault party’s insurance company reimburses you every dollar they owe. Shoulder Dystocia When the fetus's shoulder or shoulders get stuck inside the mother’s pelvis during delivery, it leads to a birth injury complication known as shoulder dystocia. In most cases, the infant is born without serious incident, and treatment may entail simply moving the mother’s and fetus’s position during birth. However, neglecting to see or properly treat shoulder dystocia can lead to broken bones, lack of oxygen, Erb's palsy, or extreme loss of blood for the mother. If any of these conditions occurred during your child’s birth, get in touch with our Cameron, MO birth injury attorneys at (314) 500-HURT now. Cephalohematoma This birth injury takes place when blood pools between a baby’s scalp and the skull because of damaged blood vessels during labor or delivery. You will observe a bulge on your infant’s head, which commonly goes away after a few weeks. The condition is usually not serious, but, there are several rare issues that can surface. Cephalohematoma can increase your infant’s risk of jaundice or anemia, and your baby may necessitate a blood transfusion or other treatments. Bruising, Lacerations, Soft Tissue Injuries or Fractures Bruises and cuts are most often minor birth injuries that children recover from quickly. Nevertheless, they lead to extra medical bills and undeserved worry for the parents. Many times a baby can be bruised or cut by complications in the birth process. For instance, if the baby is too large for the mother or labor is excessively long, the baby spends too much time pushed up against the mother’s pelvis and can be hurt. Clearly, broken bones are much more serious and can do much more harm. While a fracture during labor can cause long-term or lifelong disability, usually they heal relatively quickly as babies are rapidly and perpetually developing new bone. Regardless, a fracture during delivery causes unimaginable pain for your infant and mental distress for you. The delivering doctor must observe the conditions of birth and take steps to protect the mother and child from injury. When the doctor neglects to treat you as the are obligated to, you may have a birth injury claim. Our birth injury attorneys will insist that you are awarded the recovery you and your, baby deserve while holding the at-fault doctor accountable. Sometimes there are steps a Cameron, MO doctor should have taken but neglected to, and other times the doctor improperly used delivery tools or used too much force during labor. In that case, it is imperative to contact our birth injury attorneys in Cameron, MO immediately to discuss your options. Contact us today for a complimentary case evaluation. Injury to the Mother Occasionally, the mother or both the mother and child were injured during birth. The mother may experience substantial blood loss or other complications. In some cases, the mother is harmed because of a doctor’s breach of care. For example, high blood pressure before or during birth can indicate preeclampsia, which can cause seizures. If you had a seizure while giving birth after a doctor failed to notice your high blood pressure, you are owed damages and our birth injury attorneys will insist that you are justly compensated. Emotional Injury Not all damages in birth injury cases can be calculated in dollars. If you or your child were hurt because of medical malpractice, then you have experienced undeserved worry, stress, heartbreak, shock and more. In the most devastating cases, you and your child may have to face the chances of your child never being able to enjoy common Cameron, MO childhood games or needing special medical necessities for the remainder of their life. Getting a full recovery for your pain and suffering and mental anguish is an important step in making you whole again. In order to receive the full recovery you and your family are owed, you require accomplished birth injury attorneys in Cameron, MO on your case. Burger Law’s team of birth injury lawyers can help. It is important to understand that there are several potential causes of birth injuries that are unrelated to medical negligence or substandard care. For instance, many Cameron, MO birth injuries happen in the event of a delayed birth (labor that lasts over 18 hours). In some instances of delayed birth, a Cesarean section might have been the best method of treatment and in others, it might not have been. That depends on your unique birth. Each patient and each birth is different so is each individual case. Our Cameron, MO birth injury attorney at Burger Law has experience with every variety of birth injury suit and will help you determine if the standard of care you received is less than that which a competent doctor would have given you. Our network of Cameron, MO physicians and medical experts will help us understand the specifics of your birth injury, calculate the value of your injuries and conclusively demonstrate the doctor’s negligence in providing you and your child substandard care so that we can get you the best possible compensation to make you and your family whole. Medical Malpractice Lawsuits Doctors, healthcare professionals and Cameron, MO medical institutions have what is called medical professional liability insurance, sometimes known as medical malpractice insurance. Like any Cameron, MO insurance company, these insurers will try to bully, trick, and defraud you with complex and misleading legal gibberish. The skilled birth injury lawyers at Burger law will take up all communication and litigation for you and will stand up to bullies like resistant insurance companies to guarantee they fulfill their duty and give you the maximum compensation you are entitled to. Medical malpractice cases in Cameron, MO can be difficult, but our birth injury attorneys have over two years of experience trying and winning birth injury lawsuits and will acquire the evidence, proof, expert testimony and, eventually, the complete compensation you are entitled to. In order to succeed in a medical malpractice claim, you must achieve three things: Assign and demonstrate negligence. Not all instances of birth complications or birth injury are due to a doctor’s negligence. You must prove that the doctor breached the industry standard of care that a competent physician in the same field would have treated you with. Burger Law’s network of Cameron, MO physicians and medical experts will help understand if there was negligence, and prove it in your case. Get a letter of support. You will need to hire a Cameron, MO doctor or nurse in the same field—in this instance, neonatal care—to write an affidavit saying that the care you received was negligent, improper, or substandard. As your birth injury attorneys, the Burger Law team will obtain your letter of support. Prove that negligence caused the injury. Your child might develop cerebral palsy or may be born with a broken collarbone because of shoulder dystocia. The doctor may or may not be at fault, and you will have to prove that the doctor’s actions or inaction directly caused the injury. You must have a Burger Law Cameron, MO birth injury lawyer you trust to help demonstrate how the defendant's negligence caused a birth injury that has hurt you and your family. Burger law’s dedicated team of Cameron, MO-based birth injury attorneys will stand by your side throughout the entire process and take on all the legal work for you so you can concentrate your energy on the well-being of you and your child. 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