New Hampshire Shaken Baby Syndrome Lawyers

When New Hampshire medical professionals handle a newborn baby poorly, shaking them unnecessarily, the child may develop shaken baby syndrome. Traumatically affecting a baby’s brain, shaken baby syndrome destroys brain cells critical to brain function and development. As such, shaken baby syndrome may severely impair the further development of a child’s brain cells and lead to an extensive range of complications.

If your newborn was mishandled by a New Hampshire medical professional, and subsequently developed shaken baby syndrome, our New Hampshire legal team would like to extend our deepest sympathies. Our New Hampshire shaken baby syndrome birth injury lawyers at Crowe & Mulvey, LLP will aggressively pursue financial restitution for all associated pain and suffering from any negligent or careless medical professional.

Common Symptoms of A Shaken Baby Syndrome

In what can be the very busy and hectic environment of a New Hampshire delivery room, it may not be initially apparent that your newborn was at all mishandled by a medical professional. However, should your child have later developed shaken baby syndrome, medical malpractice may be to blame. Among the most common symptoms of shaken baby syndrome are as follows:

  • Difficulty breathing properly
  • Irregular eating habits
  • Frequent vomiting
  • Irritability
  • Tremors
  • Seizures
  • Coma

If your child displays any of these symptoms, it is critical that you discuss your child’s condition with a medical professional. If you discover that you child suffers from shaken baby syndrome, speak with a New Hampshire attorney about your legal rights as soon as possible.

Contact a New Hampshire Shaken Baby Symdrome Lawyer Today

At Crowe & Mulvey, LLP, our New Hampshire shaken baby syndrome birth injury lawyers are committed to holding medical professionals who engage in medical malpractice responsible for their actions. To discuss your legal options with one of our New Hampshire shaken baby syndrome birth injury lawyers, please call (617) 426-4488.