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Finding Out Who’s to Blame in a Kentucky Injury Case Isn't That Simple

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Parents have a lot to deal with when they get the unfortunate news that their child has suffered a Kentucky birth injury. They need to determine how serious the injury is and exactly what went wrong. Eventually, they need to determine who was responsible and whether they can hold that person liable.

In many instances, the parents blame themselves. They are left wondering if their child’s birth injury was a result of something they did or didn’t do during the pregnancy. However, parents should understand which parties are frequently responsible in many birth trauma cases.

Physicians, nurses and hospitals are often the culprits when a child suffers a birth injury, such as cerebral palsy or erb’s palsy. In many cases, it’s their negligence that leads to complications during the birthing process. In these instances, the doctors, nursing staff and hospital may be liable.

However, determining who was responsible can be a very difficult process. That is why you should consult with an experienced Northern Kentucky birth injury attorney for guidance. A lawyer can help you determine who was responsible and help you build a solid case.

If you or someone you know has a child who has suffered a birth injury, you should contact one of our experienced Northern Kentucky injury lawyers at the law office of Schachter, Hendy & Johnson at (859) 578-4444 or (888) 606-5297.
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