Lawyers for Failure to Perform Timely Cesarean
For over 30 years medical malpractice law firm Fitzgerald & Fitzgerald has handled a number of failure to perform timely Caesarean cases. Our case results speak for themselves.
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Fitzgerald & Fitzgerald Failure to Perform Timely Cesarean Section Cases
- $31,860,000 jury verdict – Failure to perform timely Caesarean based on the variable decelerations and the presence of meconium
- $10,239,723 jury verdict – Failure to perform timely Caesarean resulted in brain damage, quadriplegia, blindness
- $8,000,000 jury verdict – Failure to perform timely C-section in face of decreased fetal movement resulted in cerebral palsy and mental retardation
- $4,109,452 jury verdict – Failure to perform timely Caesarean resulted in infant suffering from cerebral palsy
- $2,850,000 jury verdict – Failure to perform timely Cesarean section delivery and failure to monitor oxygen levels resulted in brain damage
- $2,750,000 jury verdict – Failure to perform timely Caesarean and resulting fetal distress resulted in cerebral palsy
Failing to perform a Caesarean section delivery when the baby is experiencing distress from acidosis, oxygen deprivation, meconium aspiration, or other medical problems can cause autsim, cerebral palsy, severe brain damage, seizures or death. If your baby suffered injury due to a failure to perform a Caesarean section in a timely manner, your child may have a claim for damages (compensation).
Compensation in cases involving decisions about a Caesarean section can include past, present and future damages. Since even moderately brain damaged children can have enormous expenses, it is important to have a birth injury lawyer who has experience obtaining verdicts and settlements that adequately compensate past, present and future medical expenses, pain and suffering, and cost of care. An infants lost earning potential is also recoverable.
$31,575,000-Failure to properly monitor newborn's metabolic acidosis caused brain damage and cerebral palsy