PROM and PPROM
PROM or Premature rupture of membranes is a condition occurring in pregnancy in which the membranes in the amniotic sac and chorion rupture more than one hour before the onset of labor. When this rupture occurs before 37 weeks gestation, it is known as pre-term premature rupture of membranes or PPROM.
PPROM is significantly more dangerous, however, both conditions can have a negative effect on the baby. It usually brought on by infection and, when it occurs, it is necessary that the mother receives treatment to avoid possible harm to the child. Failure to take appropriate action after PPROM may be putting infants’ lives in jeopardy. Medical professional may also be committing medical malpractice. At the Rocky River law offices of The Lancione Law Firm, we are dedicated to holding doctors accountable for the harm they cause, making medical care safer and more reliable to the people of Ohio. We have a record of success in representing clients state and nationwide who have suffered serious harm due to medical negligence. We have assisted many clients by giving them the help they needed to move forward with their lives after experiencing a birth injury or related harms.
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If you, your child or a loved one suffered a serious injury during childbirth and you suspect a doctor’s failure to adequately care for PPROM or PROM, our Cleveland law firm of The Lancione Law Firm, may be able to help.
We have over three generations of attorney’s knowledge under our belt, each having their own substantial experience and a proven record of favorable results for clients. These include birth injury cases for families who have been injured by medical malpractice. The Lancione Law Firm works relentlessly to hold negligent physicians and hospitals to account for injury and loss of life caused by failure to follow appropriate standards of care.
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Resources To Help Your Child With CP
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Future Of A Child With A Birth Injury
The Effects Of A Birth Injury As Your Child Ages
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