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Birth related claims of medical negligence arise from complications during delivery or the negligent action of health care professionals prior to the delivery of a child.

Problems not detected during pregnancy often include a failure to detect serious abnormalities pre-birth, negligently handled births, mistakes made during ante-natal care, injury or death due to medical instruments, anaesthetics or inadequate suturing.

We at Berwick Solicitors, Galway have seen cases involving birth injuries such as fractured bones, brain injury, scarring due to misuse of medical implements and nerve damage. If there are medical complications during labour and / or delivery, this can lead to a wide variety of problems.

The most common birth related injuries we have seen at Berwick Solicitors include: –

– Cerebral Palsy
– Erbs Palsy
– Birth Asphyxia
– Forceps and Vacuum Extractor Injuries
– Traumatic Birth Injuries
– Neonatal Birth Injuries

To prove medical negligence for your injury arising from birth, a medical expert report must be obtained. That expert must prove that an error was made either prior to, at or post birth and that the injury has arisen as a direct consequence of that negligence. Often, patients don’t know what to do when this situation occurs to them.

We at Berwick Solicitors, Galway have over 30 years’ experience in the area of medical negligence claims and have dedicated Solicitors who specialise in medical malpractice (medical negligence claims). If you think you have a claim arising from birth, and want legal advice, please feel free to contact Martin Kerrigan of Berwick Solicitors, Galway for a consultation. We can offer you the support you need and explain to you the process of medical negligence claims in Ireland.

Please note that we meet with clients for medical negligence claims throughout Ireland.

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