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Birth Injuries LAWSUITS

If your baby suffered a birth injury during the birth process due to the negligence of a medical provider, PARRIS can help. Our lawyers will provide you with a free birth injury case consultation, and will relentlessly fight the hospital, doctor, and their insurance companies for you and your family.


A birth injury can require lifetime care, creating unmanageable costs, even with health insurance. Injured babies may require ongoing medical treatments, physical therapy, speech therapy, special equipment such as a wheelchair and a wheelchair accommodating transportation vehicle, home modifications for disability accommodation, and more.

PARRIS lawyers can help you recover the compensation you need for these expenses, as well as for pain and suffering. Contact PARRIS for a free birth injury case consultation – let us fight for you as you focus on restoring your family.


Welcoming a child into the world is one of the most anticipated and cherished moments in a new mother or father’s life. Sadly, due to the negligence of a doctor, nurse, the hospital, or other medical providers, the birth of a child can become challenging when a newborn suffers an injury during the birth process. Families will suddenly find themselves struggling with the emotional, physical, and financial hardship of providing medical treatment, physical therapy, and specialized care for their injured infants.

Such families may contact PARRIS birth injury attorneys to file a medical malpractice lawsuit against the medical professional if the medical provider’s negligence led directly to the birth injury, and their standard of care fell below what is expected in the medical community. PARRIS law firm handles all birth injury cases on a contingency basis, so you pay no fees until we win your case.


  • C-Section Delay: failure to recognize that a c-section should be ordered in case of uterine rupture, large baby, drop in fetal heart rate, cord prolapse, placenta previa, or other condition
  • Vacuum Injury: improper placement of the vacuum on the baby’s shoulder or skull
  • Hypoxia: failure to protect against lack of oxygen to the baby’s brain
  • Shoulder Dystocia: injury caused when a baby is forcibly removed when stuck against the mother’s pelvic bone
  • Forceps Injury: too much pressure applied on a baby’s head when extracting the baby
  • Negligent Prenatal Care: failure to perform sufficient prenatal testing, failure to diagnose or treat infections, umbilical cord entrapment, placental abruption, or rupture
  • Negligent Monitoring: failing to properly monitor the baby during birth and after

Common consequences of these birth injuries can include Cerebral palsy, Erb’s palsy, brain hemorrhage, brain injury, bone fractures, mental and physical disability, paralysis, disfigurement, and death.

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