Understanding Birth Injury and Medical Malpractice
The Michigan Cerebral Palsy Attorneys Video Library
At Michigan Cerebral Palsy Attorneys, our team of birth injury lawyers and professionals understands how overwhelming a birth injury diagnosis can feel. Parents are often left without important answers regarding the cause of their newborn’s birth injury, the rehabilitation resources available, or the funds necessary to ensure their child’s well-being. While adapting to your child’s new diagnosis and lifestyle will take both time and care, we hope the information throughout this section will serve as a preliminary support system.
Throughout this section you’ll find videos of Andrea Shea, our registered in-house labor and delivery nurse, explaining some important things to know about birth injury. We hope to provide accessible explanations of various topics including birth injuries, the causes of birth injuries, medical malpractice litigation, how to adjust to a birth injury diagnosis, and how to pursue help for an injury.
Communication Failures and Medical Malpractice
In this video, our in-house labor and delivery nurse Andrea Shea explains how common communication failures between medical professionals result in birth injuries such as cerebral palsy (CP) and hypoxic ischemic encephalopathy (HIE). To read the transcript for this video, please follow this link.
Signs and Symptoms of Cerebral Palsy (CP)
In this video, our on-site labor and delivery nurse Andrea Shea will discuss the various signs and symptoms of cerebral palsy including developmental delays, low muscle tone, abnormal reflexes, and others. To read the transcript for this video, please follow this link.
Treatment and Therapy for Birth Injuries
In this video, our registered labor and delivery nurse Andrea Shea explains treatments and therapies for birth injuries including cerebral palsy, infant brain damage, and hypoxic ischemic encephalopathy (HIE). To read the transcript for this video, please follow this link.
Fetal Monitoring Errors, Birth Injury, and Hypoxic Ischemic Encephalopathy (HIE)
In this video, our on-site labor and delivery nurse explains the importance of electrical fetal monitoring. To read the full transcript, visit this page.
In this video, the Michigan Cerebral Palsy Attorneys on-site obstetrical nurse explains tachysystole, a dangerous birth complication in which a mother experiences too many contractions during labor and delivery. In addition to tachysystole, she covers topics including Pitocin, fetal oxygen deprivation, infant brain damage, and hypoxic ischemic encephalopathy (HIE). To read the full transcript, visit this page.
Neonatal Sepsis and Infant Infections
In this video, Andrea Shea, RN and on-sight nurse for Michigan Cerebral Palsy Attorneys, explains the types of neonatal sepsis, as well as their signs and symptoms. To read the full transcript for this video, visit this page.
Newborn Seizures as a Sign of Birth Injury
In this video, Andrea Shea, RN and on-site labor and delivery nurse for Michigan Cerebral Palsy Attorneys, discusses everything you need to know about neonatal seizures and birth injury. To read the video transcript, visit this page.
Causes and Risk Factors for Cerebral Palsy
In this video, Andrea Shea from our obstetrical nursing staff discusses the various causes and risk factors for cerebral palsy. To read the whole transcript, please visit this page.
Detroit, Michigan Birth Injury Attorneys Representing Victims of Malpractice
Legal Help for Cerebral Palsy (CP), HIE, and Birth Injuries
If your loved one was diagnosed with a birth injury and you believe it was the result of medical malpractice, we encourage you to reach out for legal help. The funds secured from a successful medical malpractice case will allow your family to afford important rehabilitation, medical, and lifestyle resources. To contact the award-winning birth injury attorneys from Michigan Cerebral Palsy Attorneys, you may call us toll-free at (888) 592-1857, press the Live Chat tab to the left, or complete our online contact form. Our Detroit, Michigan birth injury lawyers will provide you with a free case review and inform you of your legal options.