Birth Injury Attorney Serving Rhode Island
Was your newborn injured in the birthing process? Negligence in prenatal care and during labor and delivery that leads to a birth injury is one of the hardest things a parent can experience. Many times, the baby would have been completely healthy if not for negligent physicians, nurses and other medical staff.
Your infant may now require special care and medical attention for the rest of his or her life. If your child suffered as a result of medical negligence, you need a birth injury lawyer you can talk to. Contact the Law Office of Mark B. Morse, LLC to arrange a complimentary consultation. As a birth injury lawyer since 1983, Mark Morse has helped numerous families move forward after a birth injury.
Birth Injury Cases We Handle
Cerebral palsy can be caused by infections or oxygen deprivation during pregnancy or the birthing process, resulting in severe brain injuries.
Brachial palsy happens when the brachial plexus (nerves that go to the arms and hands) is injured. This occurs when there is difficulty delivering the baby’s shoulder. Called shoulder dystocia, the condition can result in permanent nerve damage.
If your newborn suffers from one of these conditions, our firm can help. We will listen to your story and seek the maximum compensation for your baby’s injuries.
In Vitro Fertilization
Our firm also represents clients whose babies were harmed during or through in vitro fertilization. This is a specialized area of law that requires a highly skilled attorney. Contact our firm to learn more.
A Lifetime Of Medical Care
Mistakes or accidents that occur during the birthing process can result in a lifetime of problems for your newborn. Your child may require help from professionals such as physical, occupational, and speech therapists. Children may also suffer from problems such as:
- Mental retardation
- Full or partial hearing loss
- Orthopedic complications
OB-GYN medical malpractice affects your child from the rest of his or her life. Our firm pursues compensation that will provide for your baby’s needs throughout his or her lifetime. Reach out today to see how Attorney Morse can help your family. Call (401) 831-0555.