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Failure to heed warning signs and react, in any circumstance, can frequently be described as "negligence." This is what so often happens in childbirth, when doctors, nurses and anesthesiologists allow a baby to suffer avoidable severe injuries such as cerebral palsy. If medical professionals have been negligent and your child now shows signs of cerebral palsy (such as a motor or visual deficit) or other birth injury, contact Biancheria & Maliver P.C..
Parents rarely know or understand everything that happens in the delivery room. If something went wrong, you may not have known. But if your child seems to have a problem soon after birth, it is imperative that you speak with an experienced medical malpractice attorney to investigate.
All Cases Are Reviewed By a Doctor and a Lawyer
Deborah Maliver is both a board-certified and licensed physician, and a licensed and experienced medical malpractice attorney. She can examine the records and determine if something did indeed go wrong. Poor blood flow, lack of oxygen and other problems lead to devastating injuries to a baby. Failure and mistakes in reading monitor strips is just one example of negligence that results in injury.
Greensburg Birth Injury Lawyer
The injury to your family is almost beyond description. We know. Most of our cases involve either severe disabilities or fatal medical mistakes and we understand the difficult place you may be in right now. Please contact us for a confidential and complimentary consultation with doctor and lawyer Deborah Maliver. We accept all of our cases on a contingent-fee basis, which means that you pay no attorneys' fees unless your case settles or wins at trial.
Pennsylvania Cerebral Palsy Attorney
For additional information about our services, contact a Pittsburgh cerebral palsy attorney at Biancheria & Maliver in Pittsburgh.