Reasons To Contact A Birth Injury Lawyer


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Reasons To Contact A Birth Injury Lawyer

When a doctor is entrusted with the task of preparing, monitoring, and delivering a baby, it’s a special responsibility. Every parent deserves to be excited and happy for their new baby, rather than worried about their child’s health and future.

Unfortunately not all delivery rooms have the same story. Mistakes during delivery that lead to injuries and birth defects happen, and odds are that a doctor isn’t going to inform parents when they do. It may not be malpractice, but when parents don’t have all of the correct information about their child’s birth, they can be left confused and ill prepared to properly cultivate their child's care and happiness.

When mistakes are made that affect you and your child’s future, that future deserves to be compensated. 

Stan Gipe explains that birth defects and disabilities ranging from mild to severe such as cerebral palsy and erb’s palsy can be traced back to moments where a child was injured or wasn’t breathing in delivery. Cases of brain damage or head trauma can be connected to uses of extractors such as forceps and vacuums. 

Guest host Becky Dolman looks even before delivery, highlighting that mistakes or poor preparation in prenatal care can cause birth defects with your unborn child including poor ultrasound use and failure to disclose poor test results.

If your child was born with a birth defect or disability, discuss your circumstances with an attorney who has experience with this type of sensitive subject matter. It’s important to go with a firm that understands the nuances of these cases and puts you at the front of the line to receive compensation.

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In this episode: 

  • [00:12] Potential causes to Erb’s Palsy, Cerebral Palsy, and other cases of trauma in delivery
  • [04:04] Red flags your child may have been affected before child birth 
  • [08:39] How cases involving childbirth effects are built
  • [11:03] Calculating a life care plan for fair compensation
  • [16:18] How to get in touch with Dolman Law Group

💡 Meet Your Host 💡

Name: Matthew A. Dolman, Esq.

Title: Partner at Dolman Law Group Accident Injury Lawyers, PA

Specialty: Matt is a nationally recognized insurance and personal injury attorney and focuses much of his practice on the litigation of catastrophic injury and wrongful death cases throughout Florida. 

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Name: Stanley Gipe, Esq.

Title: Partner and Head of Litigation at Dolman Law Group Accident Injury Lawyers, PA

Specialty: Stan is a Florida Board Certified Civil Trial Lawyer. This distinction connotes expertise in the discipline of trial practice. He has served as lead counsel on over 1,000 Florida personal injury lawsuits.

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The insights and views presented in this podcast are for general information purposes only and should not be taken as legal advice for any individual case or situation. The information presented is not a substitute for consulting with an attorney. Nor does tuning in to this podcast constitute an attorney-client relationship of any kind. Any case result information provided on any portion of this podcast should not be understood as a promise of any particular result in a future case. Dolman Law Group Accident Injury Lawyers: Big firm results, small firm personal attention.