Bell's Palsy Neonatal Injuries
Our Attorneys Can Help You
One of the most common neonatal injuries that affects newborn children is Bell's Palsy. Children who have Bell's Palsy cannot move one side of their face. This form of paralysis can be temporary for some infants or permanent in certain cases.
If your child has Bell's Palsy, your family may be eligible to receive financial compensation for your child's injuries. That's because some Bell's Palsy injuries are due to mistakes made by medical professionals.
In Georgia, families trust the Tyrone Law Firm, PC to handle such complicated cases. Our Atlanta law firm has years of experience handling such complicated cases and thoroughly understands the causes of birth injuries. That's because that's the only kind of case we handle at our firm. Find out how we can help you with your Bell's Palsy injury. Contact us today.
There are many reasons why physicians believe infants develop Bell's Palsy. Based on recent studies, some of the most common causes of Bell's Palsy are believed to include:
- Oxygen deprivation
- Exposure to herpes
- Infections and sepsis
- Trauma during delivery
Experienced doctors should know how to properly identify Bell's Palsy fairly quickly. Common symptoms include:
- Lack of movement on one side of face
- Excessive drooling
- Not blinking on affected side of face
If something seems wrong with your child, seek immediate medical attention. Then contact our law firm. Our birth injury lawyers can help you every step of the way, from finding medical specialists who can properly treat your child to negotiating with insurance companies on your behalf.
If necessary, we're prepared to file a lawsuit on your behalf to obtain the compensation your family needs. That's because we believe strongly in holding medical professionals accountable for their actions. We believe in justice.
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