Group B Strep Birth Infection Lawsuit Help – More Inside

Birth Injury

An infection during pregnancy can be very dangerous because the growing fetus usually has no antibodies to fend off infection. As a result, mothers who contract bacterial, viral or fungal infections must receive proper treatment in a timely manner in order to avoid any complications on the child that they are carrying. Group B streptococcus infection is a type of bacterial infection that can wreak havoc on a child’s organs, and even lead to permanent brain damage. Over the centuries, Group B strep was feared and seen as an enigma that couldn’t really be figured out until the invention of the microscope which was able to identify the microbe that causes the infection, which then led to better treatment modalities for all. If you gave birth to a child with health complications and suspect that your untreated or late treated Group B strep infection was the cause, you have every right to file a lawsuit to ensure that your child gets the medical treatment they require as well as long-term care if they developed permanent complications due to the bacteria, and we’re here to help.

Are you looking for a best birth infection attorney? The experienced birth injury lawyers at McCready Law have over 90 YEARS of combined legal experience that we’d love to put to work for you. Please give us a call NOW at (773) 825-3605 to learn more about your legal options for compensation. What’s more is that we work on contingency fee bass, which typically means that we don’t charge you ANYTHING until we recover compensation on your behalf. The number to call for all birth infection lawsuit enquiries is (773) 825-3605, offering you your FREE LEGAL CONSULTATION with one of our experienced birth injury lawyers. Serving all children born with complications brought on by Group B strep infection in all 50 states.

It is not uncommon for pregnant women to carry Group B strep infections as UTIs and on their skin. As a result, doctors these days screen for the bacterium in expecting women so it can be preemptively treated.

Here are some of the symptoms of GBS in babies:

  • Low energy
  • Low body temperature
  • Irritability
  • Difficulty eating
  • Cyanosis
  • Erratic heartbeat

Group B Strep Treatment and Complications

Physicians monitoring a pregnant woman that is a carrier for GBS will give the child intravenous antibiotics once it is born in order to stem its spread. Left untreated, GBS can cause an inflammation of the lungs or pneumonia, as well as bacterial meningitis which typically affects the membranes that surround the spinal cord and the brain. In addition, bacteremia, or a blood infection, may lead to a host of health complications.

Group B Strep Birth Infection Lawsuit Help – Call Us Today!

Failure to screen a pregnant woman for Group B strep can constitute negligence which is prosecutable under personal injury law. If your child developed GBS and suffered health complications, we’d love to help. You may be able to collect compensation on their behalf to help cover their medical bills, pain and suffering, mental anguish, as well as legal fees. Call us NOW at (773) 825-3605 for more information. Thanks, and we look forward to helping you.