Delayed C-Section Claims Nationwide
When Is a C-Section Necessary?
In many cases, a C-section is planned to address known risk factors for both mother and child, such as:
- Maternal heart disease
- Large fetus
- Maternal infection
- Breeched birth
However, there are often cases where an emergency C-section is needed for unforeseeable issues, such as:
- Blocked blood supply to the baby
- Placenta previa
- Uterine rupture
- Cord prolapse
- Signs of fetal distress
- Failure in labor progress
Should the C-section be unnecessarily delayed, it can result in catastrophic consequences—such as severe birth injuries.
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Causes of a Delayed Cesarean Section
Delay is often a result of poor monitoring. If appropriate monitoring does not occur, significant problems such as fetal distress might go unnoticed. Other times, the procedure may be delayed because of hospital errors, medical professionals who are not prepared, or neglect.
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The Simon Law Firm, P.C. has handled cases where our clients were hurt as a result of delayed C-sections. Our experience with their claims helps maximize our clients’ chances for financial compensation. As a result, our firm has what it takes to get you through this difficult time. We will evaluate your claim and enforce the rights of both you and your loved ones so you are properly supported. We represent clients all over the nation from our St. Louis office, so do not hesitate to call us or reach us online.