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Dangers of Not Performing a Caesarean Section

In thousands of births every year, the need for a caesarean section arises, often because of the precarious position of the baby inside the womb or because the mother’s health is threatened. Unfortunately, sometimes medical practitioners are guilty of the failure to perform a C-section, which can have devastating consequences for the mother and the unborn baby. The lawyers of Crowe & Mulvey, LLP, fight for New Hampshire families who are suffering from medical oversight or negligence and can help you evaluate your own legal options if this happens to you.

Serious Dangers

There are numerous dangers that arise because of the failure to perform a C-section, including the following:

  • Higher risk for birth injuries
  • Uterus rupture during vaginal delivery
  • Disruption of previous uterine surgery site
  • Threatened health of the baby or babies
  • Blood loss, pain, loss of consciousness
  • Death of the baby

When you or your baby’s health is adversely affected due to the negligence of a medical practitioner, then that person should be held accountable for his or her decisions. A medical malpractice attorney can examine your case and discuss your legal options with you.

Contact a Medical Malpractice Attorney in New Hampshire

If you or someone you love has suffered because of a medical practitioner’s failure to perform a caesarean section, then you might be entitled to receive financial compensation to cover any costs sustained. Contact the experienced attorneys of Crowe & Mulvey, LLP, today by calling our New Hampshire offices at (617) 426-4488 to learn more about your legal rights.


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