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The Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality says that in 2008, more than two births in every 1,000 would experience complications that resulted in either the mother or the child suffering injuries. A total of 1,952 of those events occurred in community hospitals.
These numbers leave many wondering what Most Common Birth Injuries are. Report shows there are three types of birth injuries that are typically caused by a doctor’s error and they include:
▪ Cerebral Palsy- The condition results in disabilities such as speech and motor skill impairment and can be caused by bleeding of the brain, infection, or head injury.
▪ Erb’s Palsy- When the bundle of nerves connecting the arm to the shoulder are injured during birth, a child can be afflicted with the condition, which can lead to trouble moving and controlling the injured limb.
▪ Uterine Rupture- When the walls of the uterus are damaged during the birthing process. Constant monitoring is key to preventing such an injury that quite often can prove to be fatal.
The Ohio Personal Injury Lawyers with Nurenberg, Paris, Heller & McCarthy recognize how devastating these conditions can be and encourage anyone who has been affected by a birth injury to discuss their legal rights with a reputable attorney immediately.
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