New Hampshire Cephalohematoma Lawyers

The birth of a child should a joyous experience for New Hampshire families. While most deliveries are safely performed, birth injuries do occasionally result from doctor or nursing staff negligence. Cephalohematoma—a condition in which blood collects in a newborn infant’s head—may be caused by even minor injuries sustained during the birthing process. The New Hampshire legal team at Crowe & Mulvey, LLP understands how troubling birth injuries are for families, especially when they are as preventable and dangerous as Cephalohematoma.

Our New Hampshire Cephalohematoma attorneys aggressively pursue financial restitution in the New Hampshire civil court for any pain and suffering that has resulted from medical malpractice. If you or a loved one’s child has suffered from Cephalohematoma as the result of negligent healthcare professionals, discuss your case with an experienced attorney who can help you hold responsible parties accountable.

Cephalohematoma Complications

Cephalohematoma will appear as a bump or bulge on a baby’s skull, usually resulting from damage to the periosteum. In attempting to treat Cephalohematoma, doctors may cause further harm or complications including:

  • Tearing of nearby blood vessels
  • Nerve damage
  • Infection
  • Hemorrhage / bleeding
  • Cranial pressure
  • Emergency surgery

Should any of these complications arise, parents may be left facing an even more dangerous medical situation. If your baby is suffering from Cephalohematoma, and you believe medical professionals are at fault, discuss your case with a New Hampshire Cephalohematoma attorney as soon as possible.

Contact a New Hampshire Cephalohematoma Lawyer Today

At Crowe & Mulvey, LLP, our New Hampshire Cephalohematoma lawyers understand how troubling this birth injury can be for a family, and we are committed to holding medical professionals responsible for any form of malpractice. To discuss the particulars of your case with one of our birth injury lawyers, please call our offices at (617) 426-4488 today.