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Washington DC Birth Injury Attorney

Med Mal Lawyer Who Is Qualified in Both Legal & Medical Areas

While you might expect birth is a routine procedure for obstetricians these days, child delivery can still be a complex and dangerous process. Any number of occurrences can result in an unfortunate or even fatal injury to either mother or child, including the following:

  • Oxygen deprivation
  • Trauma caused by instruments
  • Medication dosage errors
  • Improper delivery method
  • Nerve or spinal damage
  • Infections
  • Diagnostic errors

Such errors do not just happen. Mistakes and misjudgment by physicians and other medical staff can cause otherwise avoidable injuries. The following are just some of the injuries that may necessitate protracted medical care for mother and child, cause them pain and suffering, and forever alter their lives:

  • Paralysis
  • Brain damage

Prolonged or difficult delivery can also cause various types of partial paralysis, including Klumpke paralysis, Horner syndrome, Erb’s palsy, and other brachial plexus injuries. These injuries can occur when a physician places undo strain on the neck, head, shoulders, or raised arms of a baby during delivery.

When such injuries occur, doctors and hospitals are often evasive. It takes an aggressive birth injury law firm to force medical professionals and institutions to take responsibility for their mistakes. The Law Offices of Dr. Michael M. Wilson, M.D., J.D. & Associates has been bringing both legal and medical expertise to bear on negligent doctors and hospitals in the DC-Baltimore metro areas for over 20 years. A birth injury lawyer in our Washington, DC office can evaluate your case and determine if you or your child could be entitled to compensation.

Our Birth Injury Lawyer Can Help Offset the Cost of Birth Injury

The effects of birth injuries are often irreversible and can forever deprive a child of the chance to live a normal life. These injuries can necessitate lifelong medical care, impact future ability to work and earn a living, and cause long-term pain and suffering. Under the law, a negligent doctor or hospital is responsible for these expenses. Birth injury attorneys are often able to recover substantial settlements and judgments on behalf of their clients. These awards may help offset past and future medical expenses, future lost wages, pain and suffering.

A doctor and birth injury attorney in Washington DC, Michael M. Wilson has helped numerous victims of medical negligence during delivery recover fair compensation from those responsible. His unique combination of medical and legal knowledge sets him apart from other birth injury law firms the DC area, allowing him and his associates to efficiently and effectively build medical malpractice cases.

Contact Michael M. Wilson, Medical Malpractice Attorney in Washington, DC

Having a medical malpractice lawyer who is also a physician can make a significant difference in the outcome of your case. For a free initial consultation with Dr. Wilson, call him at (202) 684-2889 or contact him online.

Located in Washington, D.C., the practice regularly assists clients in the Washington, D.C. Metro area, including Maryland and Virginia, and throughout the United States. Common areas that we serve include Maryland, Montgomery County, Baltimore County, Prince George's County, and Baltimore City.

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