Who is Responsible for a Delayed C-Section? New York Birth Injury Lawyer Answers

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As a parent, you have the right to know who hurt your child. If your child suffered a birth injury because of a delayed C-section then you have the right to know who was responsible for causing the injury. Our New York City birth injury attorneys will investigate your case, determine why your C-section was delayed, and fight hard for your family.

Depending on the unique circumstances of your labor and delivery, we may consider whether:
  • The doctor was responsible: if the doctor failed to recognize the signs of maternal or fetal distress or failed to perform a timely C-section, then the doctor may be liable for the resulting birth injuries.
  • A nurse was responsible: if a nurse failed to monitor a patient or communicate the results of the monitoring to the doctor then the nurse may be responsible for the delayed C-section birth injury.
  • A technician was responsible: if a technician failed to accurately perform monitoring tests or failed to communicate the results of tests to the medical team, the technician may be responsible for the resulting delayed C-section birth injury.
  • The hospital was responsible: if the hospital failed to have a doctor or operating room available to perform the operation then the hospital may be responsible for the birth injury

Be assured that our New York medical malpractice lawyers will work hard to hold whoever was responsible for your child's birth injury accountable for their actions. Please contact a New York injury lawyer at 1-800-PAGAN-911 or via our online contact form for more information.

Category: Failure to perform Emergency Caesarian Section (C-Section)

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