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Statistics show that each year, about 6 to 9 out of every 1,000 infants born in the United States suffers a birth injury, many of which are preventable. If your infant suffered a mild to severe birth injury, you are not alone. Doctors, nurses, midwives, and other health care professionals have the responsibility to ensure your child’s birth goes as smoothly as possible. When a health care provider makes a serious error during the prenatal or labor and delivery process, you may be able to pursue legal action.

The Baltimore birth injury law firm of Schochor, Federico and Staton has recovered multiple multi-million dollar settlements and jury verdicts for victims of birth injuries, including $6.9 million for a spinal cord injury victim, $6.9 million for a brain injury victim, and $1.5 million for a brachial plexus injury victim. No amount of money can repair the physical or emotional damage done to your child and your family, but we can help offset the cost of past, present, and future medical bills and other related expenses.

Types of birth injuries

Birth injuries range from mild to severe. The effects can be temporary, requiring a defined period of medical treatment while other injuries could result in a permanent disability. Common types include:

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