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Tennessee Birth Injury Law Firm

We Hold Negligent Parties Accountable

Injuries that occur during the delivery of a baby have the potential to impact a child’s wellness for the rest of their life. Although risk factors such as the size of a baby or a baby’s positioning during delivery can make the possibility of birth injuries more likely, negligence is the most common cause of birth injuries. Doctors, other medical professionals, and third parties who cause injury to infants and mothers can be held liable for damages.

The Tennessee birth injury law firm at LawMD can help you recover the compensation you deserve if your family has been affected by a birth injury. We are a team of physician-attorneys who are committed to helping injury victims get the care they need.

Free consultations with our legal team are available via phone at (888) 695-2963. Or, you can get in touch with our firm through our contact form.

Types of Birth Injuries

Birth injuries may be the result of oxygen deprivation during delivery, unnecessary physical force, infections, or other causes. Negligence during the delivery of a baby has the potential to impact every part of the body, and damage can range from mild to severe. Addressing a birth injury may require long-term or lifelong treatment, although some conditions are curable through surgery and other methods.

Some of the most common types of birth injuries and negligence that can occur during pregnancy and delivery include:

  • Dystocia
  • Erb’s palsy
  • Hypoxic ischemic encephalopathy
  • Prolonged labor
  • Cerebral palsy
  • Fetal heart rate monitoring errors
  • Neonatal and postnatal infections
  • Neonatal birth injuries
  • Obstetrical malpractice
  • Placental abruption
  • Preeclampsia
  • Labor and delivery negligence
  • Labor induction and pitocin errors
  • Forceps/vacuum extractor injuries

Birth injuries can also impact the health of the mother. The negligence of a doctor can cause a mother to suffer from blood loss, lack of oxygen, infections, or physical trauma in the pelvic region. Please contact our Tennessee birth injury law firm if you or a loved one was injured while giving birth.

Birth Injury Causes and Liability

Issues can occur during the delivery of a baby, and sometimes, those complications are out of anyone’s control. However, it is the responsibility of doctors and nurses to do whatever they can to help the delivery go smoothly.

Birth injuries often result because the doctors who are delivering the baby fail to take certain precautions or respond to issues that arise. The health of both baby and mother must be closely monitored throughout the delivery process, and doctors and nurses must be prepared to identify and correct any complications. Doctors must also use tools properly and be familiar with the administration of labor-assisting drugs.

Doctors and nurses may be solely responsible for the injuries they cause to a patient. Or, their negligence can be the result of failures by hospital administration to provide proper training or supplies.

Birth injuries may also be caused by the negligence of third parties. Defective medical devices, dangerous drugs, and inaccurate tests can lead to significant injury, and companies that manufacture health products or administer medical devices could be held liable for damages.

How We Can Represent You

Our team of attorneys is available to assist you throughout each step of your case. Each lawyer specializes in a specific field of practice and has the distinct experience to help you succeed. Our attorneys who can assist you are:

Contact Us Today to Discuss Your Case

At LawMD, our legal team is unique as a group of physician-attorneys who can provide medical insight into the details of your birth injury case. We understand the causes of birth injuries more than most other law firm, and can use our knowledge to build a strong case for you to recover compensation. Contact us today to learn how we can help in your situation.

Send us a message or call (888) 695-2963 to schedule a free consultation with our birth injury law firm in Tennessee.




    Most of our physician-attorneys are either current or past treating doctors in, collectively, a wide range of medical specialties. There is a good chance one or more of our physician attorneys have actually treated medical conditions similar to the ones from which you or your loved one now suffers. That translates into care and understanding as your Counselors, and know-how as your Advocates.


    Any honest medical malpractice attorney will tell you that one of the greatest expenses in a medical malpractice case is having to pay physician experts to study the details of the medical issues in your case and, if necessary, provide testimony at deposition and trial. While even our physician attorneys may also need to hire outside medical experts for your case, our medical know-how allows us to perform a significant amount of the medical analysis necessary for your case in-house which may translate into significant savings at the conclusion of your case.


    Because we have in-house medical know-how, we can evaluate the medical questions in your case and provide answers without a lengthy wait. Our internal process involves getting the issues in your case quickly in front of the right physician attorney who, based on his or her medical experience and training, is most likely to have the answers you seek about whether you have a case and how we might help you get the compensation you deserve to help secure a brighter future for you and for your loved ones.

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