Experienced Jackson Birth Injury Attorneys Offer Compassionate and Comprehensive Counsel
Helping West Tennessee families traumatized by labor or delivery negligence protect themselves and their futures
Parents often look at the birth of their precious new baby as a special time in their lives. When that experience is marred by a traumatic birth injury, it can be devastating. The process of giving birth is ideally uneventful, but complications do happen. When a tender newborn’s injuries turn out to be a result of negligence on the part of the physician or other medical professionals, parents may be able to take legal action on behalf of their child.
The experienced Jackson birth injury attorneys at Bailey & Greer, PLLC, have helped countless families throughout West Tennessee by obtaining justice on their behalf in the form of compensation for their child’s injuries, for their anguish, and for their pain and suffering. Our compassionate birth injury lawyers work with medical specialists to investigate your case, to determine who is at fault, and to prepare a compelling case on your behalf.
Common causes of birth injuries
According to an article in the journal Cureus, a birth injury is defined as structural damage or functional deterioration of a newborn secondary to a traumatic event that occurred during labor, delivery, or both.
Some of the factors that can contribute to a birth injury include the following:
- Improper use of medical equipment, such as forceps or vacuum extractor
- Failure to properly monitor the mother or fetus
- Fetus is too large, or the head is too large to pass through the birth canal
- Oxygen deprivation
- Delayed birth
Doctors, nurses, midwives, and emergency medical personnel are all highly educated, trained, and fully qualified to care for women who are giving birth and for the infants being born. Human error is always possible, but absolute incompetence and misconduct on the part of these professionals can have deadly consequences. One mistaken impression of what is occurring can cause a chain reaction of missteps that can lead to injury and heartache.
Types of birth injuries
There are several different types of birth injuries, such as brain injuries that occur from oxygen deprivation, physical and muscle-related injuries that sometimes happen with bigger babies, and head trauma from the improper use of medical implements such as forceps. Here are a few examples of various kinds of birth injury cases our firm can handle:
Worried about how you will pay for a lawyer?
There is no need for concern about how you will afford strong representation for your birth injury case. At Bailey & Greer, we accept cases on a contingency fee basis. This means that we get paid only when we have been successful at recovering compensation for you. This allows you to enjoy the security of having an experienced attorney at your service with no financial risk on your part.
When you discover that medical malpractice might have caused your child’s injury you may be filled with anger, indignation, and the desire to make sure that what has happened to your child will not happen to another child. A competent Jackson birth injury attorney from Bailey & Greer, PLLC, is ready to fight for justice on your behalf.
Types of Cases We Handle
Our Jackson attorneys handle a variety of cases, including:
|Personal Injury||Car Accidents||Truck Accident||Medical Malpractice|
|Birth Injury||Defective Drugs and Medical Devices||Nursing Home Abuse & Neglect||Social Security Disability|
Schedule a consultation with our West Tennessee birth injury attorneys today
If your child’s birth injury could have been prevented, your best option is to contact a birth injury lawyer. The compassionate attorneys at Bailey & Greer, PLLC, are here to answer your questions. We understand the pain, anxiety, and financial hardship that a birth injury can inflict on a family. Our Jackson birth injury lawyers offer thoughtfulness and caring as we handle your case. You are welcome to call us toll free at 731-423-2789 or fill out our contact form to request a free consultation. If we can help, we will work tirelessly to represent you and your child.
Jackson, Tennessee Office
2790-A N Highland Ave
Jackson, TN 38305