The Apgar test is one of the first indicators of your baby’s health. Understanding what it is and what it means can help you figure out your baby’s future.
A loss of oxygen to the brain during pregnancy or birth can lead to devastating results in babies. A new study shows that the cause of the loss can provide answers.
Hackers caused the problem, but the hospital might have negligently failed to take appropriate measures to prevent the death of a baby in distress during labor.
“Invisible” scars can come from a traumatic birth injury — for you, not your baby. The psychological trauma can affect you long after the physical scars have healed.
Every baby is special, and each life is precious. But a wrongful birth, wrongful life, or wrongful pregnancy can sometimes lead to a legal claim.
If something goes wrong in the delivery room, where do you turn? Here’s the story of a $15 million birth injury verdict and how a Tennessee family got there.
Have you seen a white bike with no rider on the streets of Waco, Texas? It might be a “ghost bike,” or a memorial to a bicyclist who was killed in that spot.
Laura Brown is a third-generation lawyer who specializes in birth injuries and victims of medical malpractice. She’s based in Texas but handles cases across the US.
Were you the victim of a crime in your apartment complex? Yes, the perpetrator should be held responsible. But is your landlord also negligent?
If your baby was injured during pregnancy or birth, your state determines how much time you have to file a claim. Here’s a state-by-state guide: