Additional Birth Injury Information
At Silvers, Langsam & Weitzman, we dedicate a significant amount of our energy and resources toward helping families of children with birth injuries. We rely on the skilled guidance of our Birth Injury Team to help evaluate the extent of a birth injury, the necessary treatment or long-term care and the liable party who caused the birth injury.
Part of our commitment to families affected by a birth injury is to provide quality information about the symptoms, causes, accountable parties and resources for birth injuries, which can be found atwww.birthinjuryinfo.org.
For a free consultation to discuss more birth injury information, call us at 866-920-0352 or contact us to speak with a lawyer at Silvers, Langsam & Weitzman today.
Information About Types and Symptoms of Birth Injuries
Cerebral palsy, shoulder dystocia and facial paralysis are three of the most common birth injuries, but there are many others. Any time negligence or reckless medical care causes an injury during the birth process, a child has suffered a birth injury.
While the symptoms of a birth injury vary greatly depending on the type and severity of the injury, it’s important to be alert to the following signs:
- Delayed motor skills
- Paralysis or limited facial or limb movement
- Clenched fists
- Difficulty holding head up
- Poor coordination or muscle movement
Once a birth injury is suspected, it’s important to quickly speak with a knowledgeable attorney to understand the next steps. Taking legal action after a birth injury may be the only way to secure the compensation necessary to fully treat the symptoms of the injury. Physical therapy, occupational therapy, speech and language therapy, additional surgeries and long-term in-home care may all become available once you receive the compensation you deserve if your baby has been injured by a negligent doctor, nurse or other hospital staff member.
Additional Birth Injury Information:
- Birth Injuries Overview
- Cerebral Palsy and Erb’s Palsy
- Three Causes Of Birth Injuries
Contact a Pennsylvania Birth Injury Lawyer
Throughout Pennsylvania, the attorneys at Silvers, Langsam & Weitzman represent clients in cases involving children injured at birth. Contact us or call us at 866-920-0352 to schedule a free consultation to discuss your baby’s birth injury.