Albuquerque Fetal Distress Lawyer

We Provide Clear Interpretation Of Medical Evidence

The defense wants to turn doctors' mistakes into complicated issues that the jury cannot understand. To the defense, the doctor is always right. But what about the evidence? When the fetal monitor strips show a fetus is not getting enough oxygen, the doctor has a clear need to act.

An Albuquerque fetal distress lawyer can review the fetal monitoring strips with medical experts to determine what happened and what the doctor should have done. If your child suffered a brain injury because of oxygen deprivation during the birth process, you are welcome to call the medical malpractice attorneys at the Salazar, Sullivan & Jasionowski law firm.

Our Trial Lawyers Help The Jury Understand What Happened

What do the fetal monitor strips mean? A medical negligence trial centers on interpreting the strips. It is important to have an experienced trial attorney who understands the medical evidence and who also has the ability to explain that information in plain language so that the jury can make a determination.

When a fetus is deprived of oxygen during the birthing process, the damage done by fetal distress can be lifelong and profound. Often a delayed C-section caused the birth injury. The parents need answers about how this happened, and the child will need ongoing financial and medical help. Cerebral hypoxia (lack of oxygen) can affect a child's ability to think and reason as well as affect motor skills.

Consult An Attorney With Medical Knowledge

At the Salazar, Sullivan & Jasionowski law firm, our lawyers know how to review and assess medical evidence. One of our attorneys is also a medical doctor. If your baby suffered fetal distress, or if you suspect the doctor failed to act appropriately, contact Salazar, Sullivan & Jasionowski today to learn more about how we can help you.