Experienced New Jersey Birth Injury Attorneys
Birth Injuries | Shoulder Dystocia | Erb’s Palsy | Oxygen Deprivation Injuries | Forceps or Vacuum Injuries | Failure to Monitor Mother or Fetus
The birth of a child should be an occasion for great joy, but that joy can quickly turn to tragedy when medical professionals fail to take proper precautions before and during delivery. The consequences often lead to a lifetime of suffering and despair. If your infant has suffered a needless injury because of the carelessness or negligence of a doctor or nurse, the experienced lawyers at RAM Law can help.
At RAM Law, we bring considerable experience to people who have suffered loss because of medical malpractice, including parents of infants injured because of medical negligence. The hallmark of our practice has always been our commitment to building strong relationships with our clients. Our attorneys will take the time to get to know you, to find out what happened, and to learn about your needs. We’ll carefully craft the most compelling arguments to help you get full and fair compensation for all your losses.
We are trial attorneys–our founding partners have all have been certified by the New Jersey Supreme Court as civil trial lawyers, putting us in the elite company of less than 2% of all attorneys in New Jersey. Since the founding of our firm in 2007, we have obtained millions of dollars in judgments and settlements for our clients.
Our Advocacy in Birth Injury Cases
We take care of all matters related to your birth injury claim, from the collection and preservation of evidence to the filing of any necessary documents. When appropriate, we will work closely with expert witnesses, including medical professionals and financial planners, to put together the most effective arguments for your full financial recovery. We will also be your voice in all hearings or proceedings, from deposition to settlement talks to trial.
Our lawyers take all types of birth injury claims, including cases involving:
- Hypoxia, or oxygen-deprivation—Any instance where your child is negligently deprived of oxygen during the delivery process
- Failure to monitor mother and/or fetus—Negligence in observing and responding to any signs of fetal distress, including failure to timely order or perform a Caesarian section.
- Forceps or vacuum injuries—Injuries to an infant, such as shoulder Dystocia or Erb’s palsy, caused by damage from forceps or vacuums designed to facilitate or expedite birth
Contact Our Office
Attorneys Ed Rebenack, Craig Aronow and Jay Mascolo all have more than 15 years of experience successfully representing personal injury victims. To set up an appointment, contact us online or call our offices, in New Brunswick at 732-247-3600 or in Somerville at 908-448-2560. Your first consultation is without cost or obligation.