Can I Seek Compensation For A Birth Injury?

The birth of your child should be a happy and cherished time. Unfortunately, accidents occur, and you and your spouse may be facing the effects. A birthing injury, such as birth trauma, fetal lacerations or folic acid deficiency anemia, can have lasting effects on your child — and your family.

A birthing injury during an epidural birth or a C-section may also have lasting effects on the mother. As parents, you have the right to pursue a claim to obtain monetary compensation.

Recovery Options

No one case is the same as another, and your compensation may not reflect the outcome of someone else's case. Settlements for birth injuries and death are determined by the type of injury and the effect it has had and will have on you or your child.

Compensation is commonly a monetary payment for the injury and the associated costs such as:

  • All medical expenses
  • Costs for child care or in-home care
  • Loss of wages for the parent of the child who has to stay home
  • Therapy
  • Additional care such as a surgical procedure

Depending on the details of your case, you may also be able to recover compensation for other disruptive damages such as:

  • Pain and suffering
  • Loss of companionship
  • Emotional anguish

Help From An Experienced Team Of Litigators

At Grossman Green PLLC, we are a team of personal injury lawyers who handle significant medical malpractice cases involving serious birth injuries. We have decades of experience representing clients in Louisville and all throughout Kentucky and southern Indiana.

We work with highly qualified experts and other third-party professionals to build the strongest case possible. Although we cannot undo what has occurred, we can help alleviate the financial burdens — now and in the years to come — that often go in tandem with birth injuries.

We have an extensive litigation background, having tried in many different courts. Rest assured, our team is fully prepared to take your case to trial if necessary.

Rely on the knowledge of our reputable lawyers to handle your case.

Worried About Legal Fees?

For all our clients, we always offer free initial consultations with flexible appointment options. Further, our cases are taken on a contingency fee arrangement, which means you pay nothing unless we recover for you.

Contact one of our medical malpractice attorneys today. Call 502-657-7100. You can also schedule your free consultation online.

Serving the entire state of Kentucky and all of southern Indiana.