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The consequences of a brain injury during pregnancy

| Sep 29, 2019 | Birth Injuries

Brain injuries can be extremely concerning for anyone, but some people, such as pregnant women, are especially vulnerable when it comes to brain trauma. In some instances, brain injuries may threaten the mother’s life, as well as the life of an unborn child, and this can be a very upsetting issue for the whole family. To make things worse, many of these injuries occurred as a direct result of negligence due to a careless physician or medical professional and never should have happened in the first place.

Brain trauma can occur prior to the birthing process, during labor or after a woman has given birth. Sometimes, these injuries are not related to medical care, such as motor vehicle wrecks and slip and fall accidents. However, the negligent actions of a medical professional may directly cause a pregnant woman to sustain a brain injury, and it is critical for women and families who are facing these crises to immediately review the options that are on the table with respect to the mother’s health and the well-being of the fetus.

To see your family go through so much pain as a direct result of the reckless or careless actions of a medical professional can be very difficult, and even infuriating. It is important to explore some of the options that could help your family cope with some of these hardships, at least financially. Unfortunately, no amount of money can account for the emotional pain and lifelong trauma that many families will have to suffer through because of medical professional negligence.

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