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Child Brain Injury

Not all infant brain injuries are caused by the carelessness of doctors or other medical providers. On the rare occasions that such injuries are the result of negligence, however, the family has the right to pursue compensation throughout a medical malpractice lawsuit.

While no amount of money can compensate you for the damage that has been done, it can help pay for the medical treatment your child may need now and in the future.

At the law firm of B. L. Jensen, L.P., in Houston, Texas, our legal team has nearly 40 years of experience representing medical malpractice victims and their families, including children who have suffered brain injuries. We will stand up and fight for the rights of you and your child. Count on us to do everything we can to recover full and fair compensation for you.

Many Brain Injuries Are Caused By Oxygen Deprivation

Certain infant brain injuries are caused by Group B strep and other infections. However, the majority are due to lack of oxygen during pregnancy, labor or delivery. Here are a few examples:

  • Umbilical cord entrapment: If the umbilical cord wraps itself around the infant’s neck, it can cut off the baby’s oxygen supply. Knots or kinks in the cord can also prevent oxygen from reaching the fetus’s brain and cause severe damage.
  • Improper resuscitation: If the baby stops breathing after birth, nurses must work to resuscitate him or her. However, errors such as inserting an endotracheal tube into the esophagus instead of into the trachea can make it impossible for the child to receive the oxygen he or she needs.
  • Fetal acidosis: If carbon dioxide builds up in the baby’s bloodstream, it can cause high levels of acid. In turn, such fetal acidosis can lead to brain damage or even infant death.
  • Placental abruption — If the placenta pulls away from the uterine wall, the fetus can develop oxygen insufficiency due to inadequate blood flow.

Find Out More About Your Options In A Free Consultation With A Lawyer

To set up a free case evaluation with one of our Houston, Texas, attorneys, contact our personal injury law firm online or call us at or toll free at 832-460-3366. Injury claims are charged only on a contingency basis, which means we get paid only when you do.

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