• Birth Injury Cerebral Palsy Claim
    Cerebral Palsy is a brain injury that can occur before, during or shortly after the time of birth. The condition can be caused by lack of oxygen to the…
  • Birth Injury Erb’s Palsy Claim
    Erb’s Palsy is a form of Obstetric Brachial Plexus Injury (or OBPI) that can arise from shoulder dystocia during birth. The injury can result in partial or complete paralysis…
  • Birth Injury Placental Abruption Claims
    Placental Abruption occurs when the placenta comes away from the wall of the uterus. When placental abruption happens, urgent action is required. Failure to act quickly can result in…
  • Caesarean Section Claim
    Delay in performing an emergency caesarean or c-section can be catastrophic to both mother and baby. A caesarean section can be a very risky operation. Mothers who have undergone…
  • Birth Injury Wrongful Birth Claim
    Lawyers use the term “wrongful birth” when a child is born with an abnormality which should have been identified and if the parents had known it would have been…
  • Birth Injury Perineal Tear Claim
    Perineal tears during childbirth are uncommon and most cases are satisfactorily treated. However, while tearing of the perineal tissue is regarded as a natural part of giving birth, errors…
  • Birth Injury Pre-eclampsia Claim
    Pre-eclampsia is a condition that seriously threatens both mother and baby. It occurs during the later stages of pregnancy and after delivery, causing fluid retention and protein to build…
  • Birth Injury Forceps and Ventouse Injury Claim
    Forceps and ventouse are surgical instruments used to assist the delivery of babies. In the vast majority of incidences, these instruments are correctly used. However, mistakes do occur and…
  • Birth Injury Shoulder Dystocia Claim
    Shoulder dystocia can occur when a baby’s shoulder gets trapped behind the mother’s pubic bone. It can result in a range of injuries, the most serious being nerve damage…
  • Birth Injury Brachial Plexus Claim
    The brachial plexus nerves are situated in the shoulder and upper arm. These nerves can be damaged in childbirth in a number of ways, including Shoulder Dystocia. Erb’s Palsy…
  • Birth Injury Fetal Distress Claim
    Fetal distress can occur when the unborn baby suffers from a lack of oxygen. Your baby’s distress is usually indicated by an irregular heartbeat. As with other birth injuries,…

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