Most of the time, Cytotec disasters are the result of poor care. The immediate cause of the injury is excessive stimulation of the uterus, but there may be malpractice in failing to recognize that this mother or baby (or both) were not suitable candidates for an induced labor; failing anticipate a difficult delivery, failing to monitor and control the mother's contractions; hyperstimulating the labor with drugs; failing to perform intrauterine resuscitation; failing to timely consider or offer a cesarean section, failing to recognize that a very big baby was coming; performing an induction solely for convenience; failing to recognize a pelvis that may be too small or odd-shaped to allow an uncomplicated birth; or many other causes.
The only way to assess whether there is a case or not, is to do a careful review and analysis of the mother's and baby's pre-natal, delivery, and newborn records.
Hiring just any attorney is easy. Hiring the best attorney for your case is a bit more difficult.
Cytotec / Misoprostol litigation is a sophisticated sub-speciality of medical malpractice law, which is itself a difficult specialty. You should retain an attorney who has handled several such cases and has a proven record of good results. You don't want a beginner learning the ropes of Erb's Palsy litigation using your case for their learning experience.
We have been prosecuting medical malpractice and Birth Trauma cases for over 40 years, with a proven track record of great results. We have handled Cytotec cases around the country, and have probably handled more Cytotec inquiries and lawsuits than any other firm in the U.S.A.
Mark R. Bower has attained national prominence, lecturing on "proving hyperstimulation of labor and falsification of records" for the American Association of Justice and the Academy of Trial Lawyers of the State of New York, and has published on the subject in the Trial Lawyers Quarterly.
Mark R. Bower is a former Guest Commentator for Court TV, and a 40 year member of the Million Dollar Advocates Forum.
He also is one of the few attorneys in the country who is board-certified in medical malpractice by the prestigious American Assoc. of Professional Liability Attorneys, and is an Associate of the American College of Legal Medicine.
We welcome your inquiry about your possible case on a free, no-obligation consultation. You have nothing to lose by reaching out to us. All cases are handled on a contingency fee basis, meaning no fee unless we get a recovery for you. The fee will be a percentage of the recovery, which is set by state rules and customs.
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