Phoenix Hypoxia Attorney

As one of the premier medical malpractice law firms in Arizona, Harris Powers & Cunningham are well equipped to handle serious birth injuries like hypoxia. The term "cerebral hypoxia" describes a medical condition where the brain is deprived of oxygen. Hypoxia happens during pregnancy or delivery and can result in mild to severe brain damage. It is often a contributing factor to cerebral palsy and other permanent disabilities. In some cases, it can lead to the death of an infant. If you or a loved ones baby was diagnosed with brain injuries due to hypoxia call 602-910-6779 or email us today.

Hypoxia Lawyers in Phoenix

Many parents do not realize the full extent of the damage their child has experienced until developmental delays become apparent. Children who have suffered hypoxia experience mental and emotional problems that may keep them from living a normal life. They often need added support and financial assistance to accommodate their needs.

When Doctor Negligence Causes Lack of Oxygen at Birth

One of the sad things about hypoxia is that it is often entirely preventable. Lack of oxygen at birth can frequently be avoided when the proper care is given by doctors and other medical providers. When hypoxia occurs, the medical negligence of a doctor is often to blame.

In many cases, doctors fail to properly monitor the condition of the fetus during pregnancy and delivery. They may also fail to identify or prevent bacterial infections, entanglement in the umbilical cord and placental abruption. A detailed evaluation may reveal that the doctor let the delivery go too long, or should have recognized fetal distress and performed a C-section.

Legal action can hold doctors accountable for their mistakes. As experienced lawyers, we also find that, in addition to gaining a sense of justice, legal action is often the best way for parents to obtain the financial resources to support their child's needs.

Contact a Hypoxia Brain Injury Attorney Today!

Could your baby's hypoxic brain injuries have been prevented? Did a doctor's malpractice cause oxygen deficiency during labor? To talk about your legal rights with a Phoenix Hypoxia lawyer, contact us online or call 602-910-6779. We offer free and confidential consultations.