Warwick, Rhode Island Hypoxia Lawyers
Compensation For Victims Of Birth Injuries
Hypoxia describes a low level of oxygen in the blood. If this condition is not addressed, brain damage can occur. If the condition persists, it will eventually result in death.
While gestation and birth are natural processes, they carry risks for both the mother and child. A number of medical events before and during birth can reduce the oxygen level in the child’s brain, leading to brain damage. Many of these events can be prevented, if the obstetrician or delivering physician takes timely action.
If your child suffered brain damage due to a hypoxic brain injury suffered during birth, you face a lifetime of medical expenses and your child may never reach his or her intellectual potential. You may be entitled to compensation for medical costs, lost income and noneconomic losses such as pain and suffering.
Rhode Island Infant Distress Injury Attorney
My name is Vincent D. Morgera, an attorney who has successfully handled many cases involving hypoxic brain injuries. Over the course of more than 30 years, I have earned a reputation in Rhode Island for my advocacy skills and ability to get results for my clients. My peers in the legal profession think so highly of my abilities that they have awarded me the AV Preeminent rating* through Martindale-Hubbell.
When you retain my law firm, I will work to build a strong and effective case, seeking full compensation for all losses. Your child deserves nothing less.
Causes Of Hypoxic Brain Injuries
However, it is not always easy to determine what really caused the brain damage. I work with nationally recognized obstetricians, teaching physicians and other medical experts to document the sequence of events that led to the hypoxic injury, and what could have been done differently to avoid the injury. My law firm will work tirelessly to obtain the best possible result for your child.
Contact A Lawyer
To schedule a free consultation with an experienced Warwick hypoxia lawyer, contact Vincent D. Morgera, Ltd., s.
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