Having a baby is one of the most exciting times of your life.
A birth injury caused by a South Carolina doctor’s mistake or negligence during the birthing process can change your life for ever.
Some birth injuries that can occur as a result of substandard care or medical negligence include:
- Pediatric Bone fractures
- Bruising and skin irritation
- Facial Paralysis
- Brain Damage
- Internal bleeding
- Cerebral Palsy
- Brachial Plexus
- Erbs Palsy
If a loved one has been injured or died as a result of a birth injury, the South Carolina birth injury and wrongful death attorneys at the Strom Law Firm, LLC. may be able to help.
A birth injury can leave you with the added expenses of therapy, nursing care, and medication. A medical mistake can require surgery, 24 hour care, recurrent medical problems and may leave you worrying about how to financially obtain the best care for your child.
A birth injury may occur when a physician does not react sufficiently to signs of a patient’s distress or when care is not provided correctly during pregnancy or the birthing process. These factors may result in overwhelming effects on the mother and/or child.
Our Columbia, South Carolina personal injury attorneys understand South Carolina personal injury law. The Strom Law Firm, LLC is committed to securing fair compensation for birth injuries including wrongful death.
While you focus on taking care of your new baby, we will focus on protecting your rights.
Although many of the people we represent in these cases are from right here in South Carolina, our lawyers routinely take clients from throughout the Southeastern U.S. and, in certain types of product liability or pharmaceutical cases, from across the country as well. If you or your child has been injured or killed through no fault of your own, contact the South Carolina personal injury and wrongful death attorneys at the Strom Law Firm, LLC today for a free, no-cost consultation today.
If we handle your personal injury case, we usually work on a contingency fee. In most cases, we do not get paid unless we win your case, and our attorneys fees and costs are typically a small percentage of what we are able to collect for you.