Failure to Perform a Cesarean Section
Patients must depend on doctors and healthcare professionals before and during a birth to provide timely, accurate information. As such, parents rely upon doctors to inform them whether a cesarean section will be necessary to prevent birth injuries that could result from a natural birth. When doctors fail to perform cesarean sections that would have likely prevented a birth injury, they may have behaved negligently and may be found liable for medical malpractice.
The attorneys of Crowe & Mulvey, LLP, believe it is imperative that pregnant mothers understand the birth injuries that could occur when a doctor fails to inform the patient that a cesarean section is necessary.
Birth Injuries That May Result from the Failure to Perform a Cesarean Section
A cesarean section may prevent a number of serious birth injuries that could be sustained through a natural birth. When doctors or other healthcare professionals fail to recommend a cesarean section when it is needed, the following injuries could result:
It is a doctor’s responsibility to prescribe cesarean sections when a natural birth is deemed dangerous. When doctors fail to recognize or act on potential dangers, they may be held financially accountable for their negligence.
Contact Crowe & Mulvey, LLP Today
If you believe that your child sustained a birth injury that resulted from the failure to perform a cesarean section, the Boston medical malpractice lawyers at Crowe & Mulvey, LLP, may aggressively pursue financial compensation for any pain and suffering that may have resulted.