NYC Obstetrical Malpractice Attorneys

Call Our NYC Birth Injury Lawyers Today at (212) 577-9325

The joy of bringing a new child into your family can quickly become riddled with unexpected problems if you realize that the child or mother has been seriously injured during the labor or delivery process. Obstetricians are there to prevent these injuries from happening, and they are legally accountable for their failures.

At The Perecman Firm, P.L.L.C., our New York City birth injury lawyers help clients pursue fair compensation for obstetrical malpractice. Our lead attorney, David Perecman, has been practicing personal injury and medical malpractice law in New York for more than 40 years. He passionately fights for the rights of injured mothers and children to help them receive the resources they need and deserve. Our firm has achieved some of the state’s highest settlements, including the second highest in the state’s history.

Based in Manhattan, we represent clients in the Bronx, Brooklyn, Queens, Staten Island, Long Island and Westchester. To schedule a free consultation, don’t hesitate to contact us today.

Holding Obstetricians Accountable to Professional Standards

The American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG) has set out specific rules and regulations that obstetricians are expected to follow during childbirth.

These professional standards are intended to help avoid serious complications, such as:

  • Oxygen deprivation – A number of factors can contribute to oxygen deprivation during labor and delivery. Obstetricians and hospitals are responsible for identifying possible oxygen deprivation through fetal monitoring and considering interventions such as cesarean sections (C-sections). Failure to do so may result in serious conditions like cerebral palsy.
  • Cephalopelvic disproportion (CPD) – When babies are too big to be delivered normally through the birth canal, they can end up suffering brachial plexus dystocia, which can result in Erb’s palsy. Obstetricians are responsible for taking accurate measurements at the beginning of the delivery process so they can prevent this from happening.
  • Injuries to mothers – Maternal injuries that frequently occur during labor and delivery include vaginal tears, fissures, infections, and anesthetic reactions. Obstetricians are responsible for avoiding these injuries whenever possible, identifying them when they have occurred and treating them promptly and effectively.

Our attorneys hold obstetricians accountable for seriously injuring children and their mothers by failing to follow proper medical standards. We are dedicated to helping our clients get the maximum compensation they deserve. Our attorneys deeply understand the law and how it can be used to protect you and your loved one’s rights. By choosing us, you’re choosing a powerful ally who makes your needs our highest priority. Put our experience and passion to work for you during this difficult time.

You deserve justice for your injuries. Call us at (212) 577-9325 to schedule a free consultation.