Columbia Birth Injury Attorney

Claims for Injuries from Birth Incidents

Learning that your child has suffered an injury during labor or delivery can be one of the most emotionally devastating experiences you will ever experience. In addition to the immediate pain and suffering of the injury, your child may be facing a future of partial or total disability, and he or she may never be fully self-sufficient or able to enjoy all that life has to offer.

To make matters worse, your child may require:

  • Ongoing rehabilitative treatment
  • Medical procedures
  • Continuing nursing care
  • Equipment such as a wheelchair or respirator

Fortunately, you may be able to secure financial compensation for all of these costs so that you can afford everything your child needs and to provide for his or her future. Speak with our Columbia personal injury lawyer to find out how we can help you fight for the compensation you deserve.

Fighting for Full & Fair Compensation

A Columbia injury attorney from the Law Office of James R. Snell, Jr., LLC is ready to meet with you for a free consultation to discuss your legal options and determine whether you may have grounds to sue for medical malpractice. We understand what an upsetting and trying experience this may be for your family and we want to give you the dedicated guidance and hard-hitting legal representation you deserve.

Don't think that you have to face this situation alone. Let us put our skills to work for you! Get started today by contacting a Columbia medical malpractice lawyer at the firm today.

Recognizing Signs of a Birth Injury

A birth injury may be immediately apparent at the time of the injury, or the presentation of the injury may be delayed over a course of days, weeks, months, or even years. Erb's palsy will typically be evident relatively early, manifesting itself through apparent weakness or even paralysis in one of the baby's arms.

Cerebral palsy and other conditions caused by oxygen deprivation and brain injury may not be noticed until the child begins to display developmental delays in cognitive ability or motor skills. In either case, it is advisable to consult with a Columbia birth injury attorney as early as possible so that you can take appropriate legal action before the statute of limitations runs out.

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