Generally speaking, Medical Malpractice is a medical mistake, act, or omission by a healthcare provider that causes compensable harm to the patient. We are skilled and knowledgeable in medical malpractice law. The Idaho Birth Injury Law Firm of Mahoney Law, PLLC handles a unique type of medical malpractice case: birth injury claims.
Medical Negligence Claims
Birth injury medical malpractice claims are brought where the negligence of a doctor, nurse, hospital, or other healthcare provider has caused harm or injury to the mother, fetus, or baby during the pregnancy, labor, delivery, or neonatal period. Negligent conduct by a healthcare provider in this context often, tragically, results in very serious, permanent complications for baby, mother, and the family, with the damages running up into the millions of dollars. We work to balance the scales of justice in such cases, by securing families the monetary coverage they are owed. We are caring, understanding, and sensitive to your situation in dealing with the effects of medical negligence on your family.
Some categories of birth injury medical malpractice lawsuits that we handle are:
- Cerebral Palsy
- Shoulder Dystocia – Erb’s Palsy
- Birth Asphixia
- Birth Defects
- Uterine Hemorrhage
- Umbilical Cord Problems
- And may other types of birth injuries
Learn about the Process for bringing a birth injury medical malpractice claim and the Idaho Birth Injury Law Firm of Mahoney Law.
Speak with a Medical Malpractice Lawyer
If you suspect that you may have a birth injury medical malpractice claim, please contact us immediately to discuss your situation. We thoroughly screen every potential new case and often meet personally with you to discuss the facts and allegations. We endeavor to accommodate your busy schedules and will always make time for questions and answers. We offer free consultations with no obligation. We work on a contingency fee basis where payment for our time and effort is a commission percentage paid only out of any successful recovery we gain on your behalf.