Louisville C-Section and OBGYN Malpractice Lawyers

Medical guidelines state that a C-section should not be performed more than 30 (thirty) minutes after the decision has been made to perform one. The failure to make a Cesarean delivery in a timely manner can result in serious brain damage to the baby. At Dolt, Thompson, Shepherd & Conway, PSC, our firm has the legal experience and the access to medical professionals that help secure fair compensation for injuries to your child.

If your baby has suffered brain damage and you believe it was caused by a doctor’s delay in performing a C-section, contact an attorney from our firm. We offer a free initial consultation and handle all cases on a contingent fee basis.

Multimillion Dollar Verdicts and Settlements

Our firm has secured multimillion dollar verdicts and settlements for the parents and children whose lives are affected by OBGYN malpractice. This includes $20.8 million for a boy who has cerebral palsy as the result of a delayed C-Section. The baby suffered fetal asphyxia while in the womb. Standard of care provides that doctors perform a C-section when fetal distress is indicated on the fetal monitoring strips. The decision to perform a Cesarean delivery needs to be made in a timely manner and then acted upon quickly.

Our firm handles only a small number of cases at any one time, ensuring each client receives personalized attention. Our success is rooted in the way we approach each injured client.

Birth asphyxia is a common cause of cerebral palsy. Important steps can be taken to prevent asphyxia. These steps include turning the mother to another side, giving the mother oxygen, or performing an emergency C-section. Complications to the mother can arise during a C-section, including uterine rupture and hemorrhage. If you or your baby was injured because of a failure to perform a C-section, contact our firm to discuss your concerns.