Electronic Fetal Monitoring Errors

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Electronic fetal monitoring errors can be injurious or even fatal to babies, but proving that an error in setting up or reading fetal monitors can be very difficult. The birth injury lawyers at Watkins, Lourie, Roll & Chance have taken steps to better understand how electronic fetal monitoring errors can happen, including continuing education courses to enhance our knowledge. If you suspect your child sustained an injury due to improper monitoring, we would like to hear your story and help you determine the best course forward.

What is Negligent Fetal Monitoring?

Several issues can lead to a birth injury. One of the most common is general negligence. When it comes to fetal monitoring, this may include:

  • Undertrained staff
  • Misreading of information
  • Improper monitor installation
  • Inattention to readouts

Failing to recognize signs of fetal distress and failing to take swift action once those signs are noticed are also common causes of birth injury. Having a legal team on your side that knows how to identify these issues can help ensure you and your family are provided the compensation you will need to deal with the consequences of these tragic events.

Why Choose Us

At Watkins, Lourie, Roll & Chance, our attorneys have decades of experience handling birth injury cases and a long and impressive record of helping families get maximum compensation for fetal monitoring errors and similar types of malpractice. We combine our experience and legal knowledge with assistance from medical professionals who know how to identify negligence, working to ensure all liable parties are held accountable for damages – and we prepare each case for any eventuality to make sure we can help every step of the way.

If your child sustained an injury due to improper fetal monitoring, please call us at 404-760-7400 to schedule a free consultation today. We maintain two offices in the Greater Atlanta area. We accept cases from families living throughout Georgia.

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