Ohio Communication Error Injuries Attorneys

Medical professionals may attempt to conceal communication errors, but our attorneys know how to spot birth negligence

During the birth of a child, there is usually a team of medical professionals assisting with labor and delivery. Anesthesiologists or nurse anesthetists administer an epidural. Nurses check vital signs and regularly check in on the mother. Doctors assess how well a mother is progressing. Several other medical professionals may also come in and out of the room. It is essential for the safety of both the mother and the baby that these medical professionals communicate frequently and clearly with each other. If they fail to do so, the mother or baby could be seriously injured. At The Eisen Law Firm, our Ohio birth negligence attorneys are experienced in studying medical records and know how to pinpoint when a serious communication error has occurred.

What are communication errors?

According to the United States Department of Health and Human Services, it is estimated that close to one-third of all birth injuries are preventable. The most common reason for a preventable birth injury? A lack of communication between medical professionals.

Some of the most common types of communication errors include:

Other types of communication errors may also occur during labor and delivery.

Who is responsible for communication errors?

There are a number of individuals who may be responsible in a medical negligence claim that involves communication errors. The following individuals and entities may be named as defendants in these claims:

Other individuals and entities may also be named in a birth negligence case.

At The Eisen Law Firm, our Ohio birth injury lawyers pursue all avenues of recovery in your claim.

At The Eisen Law Firm, our Ohio birth injury attorneys aggressively pursue as many types of recovery as we can on your behalf. We carefully review the facts of your claim to ensure we maximize your compensation. In fact, The Eisen Law Firm has handled cases involving communication errors and has recently settled a case for a confidential amount. To schedule your free consultation with our experienced attorneys, call 216-687-0900 or contact us online.