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Phoenix Perinatal Hypoxia Attorneys

Perinatal hypoxia is a devastating birth injury. It can result in serious, lifelong complications for the infant who suffers from the condition and heart-wrenching challenges for his or her parents. If your baby was the victim of brain damage or another birth complication due to perinatal hypoxia, the perinatal hypoxia lawyers at Knapp & Roberts might be able to help.

At Knapp & Roberts, Our Perinatal Hypoxia Attorneys Have:

  • Decades of experience helping the seriously injured;
  • Dedicated their legal practice to representing the catastrophically injured and their family members; and
  • A track record of success against hospitals, doctors, nurses, and other negligent parties.

Contact our firm today and schedule a complimentary consultation to learn how Knapp & Roberts can best represent your family’s legal rights.


Why You Should Have a Phoenix Perinatal Hypoxia Attorney

By law, you may be able to seek compensation from the at-fault party to aid in the cost of your child’s medical treatment along with other damages. Knapp & Roberts perinatal hypoxia attorneys understand your family’s struggle and are ready to serve as your advocates through this legal process.

Our birth injury attorneys can help your family pursue compensation for the following:

  • Medical expenses, both past, and future;
  • Disability costs, including long-term and vehicle modifications;
  • Special education; and
  • Lost wages.

There may be other damages available depending on your circumstances. Reach out to Knapp & Roberts to learn more about the claims process in a perinatal hypoxia case and make your appointment for a claim review.


What is Perinatal Hypoxia?

Perinatal hypoxia is a lack of oxygen to an infant’s brain tissue before, during, or after birth. Oxygen deprivation can cause permanent brain damage and serious complications such as hypoxic-ischemic encephalopathy and cerebral palsy.


What Causes Perinatal Hypoxia?

Many times perinatal hypoxia is the result of a medical professional’s failure to recognize or respond to fetal distress. This failure may occur while the infant is in utero or during labor and delivery. Sadly, perinatal hypoxia is often preventable.

Some causes of perinatal hypoxia include:

  • Head/brain trauma;
  • Prolonged labor;
  • Umbilical cord problems, like umbilical prolapse;
  • Birth asphyxia; and
  • Placental abruption.

Obstetricians may prevent perinatal hypoxia by diagnosing and treating early warning signs during pregnancy.


What are the Effects of Perinatal Hypoxia?

Brain cells die when deprived of oxygen, leading to permanent brain damage. Mild effects may cause inhibited physical, cognitive, and behavioral functioning. Severe brain damage can result in death.


Contact an Experienced Perinatal Hypoxia Attorney in Phoenix

If your infant suffered perinatal hypoxia or another birth injury, you are not alone. The perinatal hypoxia lawyers at Knapp & Roberts are available to help you understand your legal rights and options. We have helped countless victims succeed in recovering compensation against negligent medical providers.

At Knapp & Roberts, we assume all financial risk when we take your case, and we have the resources necessary to win. Contact one of our attorneys confidentially to discuss your situation today.

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The personal injury attorneys in Phoenix, Arizona, at Knapp & Roberts have the compassion and trial lawyer skills to tell your story to a jury. We will get to know you and your family so that we can help the jury understand what has happened to you and your family and how it has changed your lives. Obtain the compensation necessary for the injuries and losses you have suffered.