Can You Sue for Placental Abruption? Yes, And We Can Help!

Birth Injury

The baby receives oxygen as well as nutrients through an organ that is attached to the uterine wall known as the placenta. It is a vital part of the baby’s survival, and without it, the development of the baby simply would not happen. The placenta is firmly affixed to the uterine wall, and it is pretty much next to impossible for it to detach unless there was some form of physical trauma that causes it to do so. In such instances, doctors are required to act fast to save both the baby’s and mother’s lives. This event is known as placental abruption, and it usually occurs due to some form of negligence. If you suffered placental abruption which led to your child developing health complications, you have every right to file a lawsuit to recover money damages as well as seek justice for you, your baby and your loved ones.

Are you looking for a lawyer that handles placental abruption? The best birth injury attorneys at McCready Law have over 90 YEARS of legal experience that we would love to put to work for you. Please contact us NOW at (773) 825-3547 for your FREE legal consultation. We work on contingency fee basis, which means that we don’t charge you a CENT until we recover compensation on your behalf. we’ve helped thousands negotiate with insurance companies, as well as hundreds face up to a jury trial in order to get them maximum compensation. we have the resources, tenacity and compassion to help you and your loved ones during this difficult time. Please contact us NOW at (773) 825-3547 to learn more about our legal options for placental abruption lawsuits. The call is ABSOLUTELY FREE, and there’s no legal obligation. Helping injured birth injury survivors countrywide.

Here are some of the risk factors associated with placental abruption:

Some of the signs and symptoms that point to placental abruption include:

  1. Vaginal bleeding
  2. Severe abdominal pain
  3. Irregular fetal heartbeat
  4. Back pain
  5. Stomach tenderness

Doctor’s Role in Preventing Placental Abruption

It is vital that doctors monitor women at risk of fetal abruption as well as act in a timely manner in order to mitigate any complications. Individuals who have had difficult pregnancies as well as those who have given birth multiple times or have had their water break prematurely are some of the candidates that must be watched closely for placental abruption.

Placental Abruption Consequences

Placental abruption often leads to stillbirth and in some cases, the death of the mother. In addition, the mother may hemorrhage and lose a lot of blood, leading to asphyxia in the baby due to lack of oxygen, which consequently causes brain damage, leading to conditions such as cerebral palsy and intellectual disability.

Lawyers for Placental Abruption Lawsuits – Call Us Today!

It is vital that you reach out to us, your best placental abruption lawyers so we can help you establish the breaching of standard of care in order for us to file a lawsuit to recover money damages from the physician and the hospital that failed to see the signs of this condition, or failed to prevent it in the first place. Please contact us NOW at (773) 825-3547 for your 100% FREE legal consultation. Thanks, and we look forward to helping you.