Miami Pregnancy Complications Lawyer
Many expectant mothers — particularly first-time expectant mothers — read as many books and articles about pregnancy and birth that they can get their hands on. “What to Expect When You’re Expecting” is a perennial New York Times bestseller and one of USA Today’s 25 most influential books of the past 25 years.
Ultimately, however, expectant parents place their trust in the mother’s obstetrician and other medical experts to provide high-quality care during pregnancy. If medical complications are not diagnosed and treated during pregnancy, they can cause serious and permanent injury to the mother or baby.
The Coral Gables law firm of Kenneth J. Bush, P.A., pursues maximum compensation for parents who have been victimized by the negligence of their trusted physician.
Florida Attorney For Gestational Diabetes And Hypertension Cases
Lawyer Bush has focused on medical malpractice cases for more than 25 years. He is familiar with the full spectrum of medical complications that occur during pregnancy, as well as recommended testing procedures that are frequently done incorrectly or not at all.
For example, if an expectant mother develops gestational diabetes, it puts her health at risk and can seriously harm the fetus. It is an obstetrician’s responsibility to monitor patients, notice any signs that indicate pregnancy complications, and take the appropriate steps to keep a complication from causing serious injury or death to the mother or baby.
Other common pregnancy complication medical errors that have led to successful malpractice lawsuits include:
- Gestational diabetes
- Preeclampsia or high blood pressure
- Pregnancy-induced hypertension (PIH)
- Group B streptococcus (Group B strep)
- Misread ultrasounds
- Genetic testing
- Mistakes in amniocentesis
Have Your Case Assessed During A Free Consultation
Because pursuing a medical malpractice lawsuit is expensive and time-consuming, the firm puts its prospective cases through a rigorous vetting process. It has top-rated medical experts review the facts of your case to help determine whether you have a legitimate malpractice lawsuit. This increases the likelihood of producing positive results for the cases the firm pursues.
If you have questions for an experienced Miami pregnancy complications attorney or you would like to have the firm’s knowledgeable legal team review the facts of your case, call 305-443-3795 or use email to schedule an appointment.