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Signs That Your Baby Suffered Birth Injuries

By Venardi Zurada LLP |

Birth trauma rates have steadily declined in recent years, a fortunate result from enhancements in OB-GYN medicine and increased use of C-sections in cases of difficult labor. However, birth injuries are still a threat when California health care providers do not meet the appropriate standard of medical care. The National Institutes of Health (NIH)… Read More »

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Reasons An Emergency C-Section May Be Necessary During Labor

By Venardi Zurada LLP |

While the majority of babies in the US are born via vaginal deliveries, a good percentage of women will give birth via Cesarean section. The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reports that almost 32 percent of deliveries are through C-section, often because the mother chose this approach in advance because of… Read More »

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Birth Injuries Caused By OB-GYN “Never Events”

By Venardi Zurada LLP |

Parents-to-be have numerous concerns about raising their child while they anxiously await the baby’s birth, but one thing you should never have to worry about is mistakes by your California OB-GYN. These errors can cause serious harm to mother and fetus, and the most outrageous are classified as “never events.” As defined by the… Read More »

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What Is The Statute Of Limitations In A California Birth Injury Case?

By Venardi Zurada LLP |

Shock, grief, and heartbreak are just a few of the emotions that will hit you hard upon finding out that your infant was diagnosed with a birth injury. Your primary concern as a parent in the immediate aftermath is getting treatment, stabilizing your baby’s health, and determining a long-term care plan. However, there will… Read More »

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Physician Mistakes Can Lead To Serious Birth Injuries

By Venardi Zurada LLP |

When you have been eagerly awaiting the arrival of your newborn for so many months, it is devastating to learn that your infant may have suffered birth injuries. Stanford Children’s Health reports that trauma may be more likely when the baby is large, is not ideally situated in the birth canal, or is premature…. Read More »

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