One of the most common types of complications during birth is excessive
bleeding, also known as a hemorrhage. Sadly, this is also one of the most
common causes of mothers and infants dying during birth.
At The Lancione Law Firm, our experienced medical malpractice attorneys
can help you determine what caused the hemorrhage during childbirth and
if negligence played a part during the delivery. For more than 80 years,
our law firm has helped countless families throughout Ohio recover the
compensation they deserve for their pain and suffering due to a birth injury.
We Can Find Out If Birthing Complications Were Preventable
While maternal hemorrhage is a serious complication, many times, doctors
and health care professionals can prevent excessive bleeding by taking
the necessary precautions and following standard medical protocol. In
some cases, mothers were already at a high risk of complications and nothing
was done. If you feel this was the case with your child’s mother,
we may be able to help.
In addition to causing injuries or death of the mother, a preventable hemorrhage
can put your child’s life in danger. If your child survives, he
or she can be left facing a lifetime of medical complications due to a
possibly avoidable birth injury.
Our lawyers can conduct a thorough investigation into the causes of your
loved one’s injuries or death, including whether doctors and nurses
acted properly in determining the risks and properly treating any excessive
bleeding. Our law firm has a deep network of medical experts to consult
with to give you the best chance of recovering a favorable settlement
or trial verdict to help ensure a better future for your child and give
your family the compensation they deserve.
Contact Our Experienced Lawyers For A Free Consultation
We invite you to contact The Lancione Law Firm, today if you, your child
or another loved one is suffering due to a hemorrhage.
Contact us online or call (440) 571-6862 to schedule a consultation with our lawyers.
With office in Rocky River and Columbus, we serve victims of medical
malpractice throughout Ohio.