Cephalohematoma Injury Lawyers in Baltimore
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Cephalohematoma is a concerning and dangerous medical condition which usually occurs during the delivery or birth of a newborn child. Commonly associated with the improper use of obstetrical tools during delivery, a cephalohematoma is an abnormal collection of blood which develops and collects underneath the skin, on the external surface of a baby’s skull bone. If your child suffered from a cephalohematoma as a result of the negligence of a doctor or nurse, there is no time to waste in enlisting the help of the experienced Baltimore birth injury lawyers of Brown & Barron, LLC, as we will do everything possible to fight against this injustice.
The improper or excessive use of obstetrical forceps is believed to increase the likelihood of a cephalohematoma, as this may result in trauma or injury to a baby’s head. Cephalohematoma is a preventable medical condition that can result in a serious and traumatic brain injury such as cerebral palsy, leading to severe and lifelong developmental delays and gross motor skill deficiencies.
Common indications of cephalohematoma include:
- Unnatural bulges on the child’s head
Contact Our Baltimore Birth Injury Lawyers Today
If you are concerned that your child’s cephalohematoma injury was caused by the negligence or carelessness of a doctor or nurse, it is vital that you move quickly to obtain the legal counsel you and your child deserve. At Brown & Barron, LLC, we understand that nothing is quite as important as your child’s health and wellbeing; our compassionate, experienced, and skilled legal team will work tirelessly to ensure that those who caused your child’s injury are held accountable for their mistakes.
Don’t hesitate to reach a representative of our legal team. Call (410) 698-1717.
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