In our previous blog posts, we walked you through a few potential signs that would lead to a medical malpractice case if you suffered from preeclampsia. Today, we want to talk about the steps that will happen should you move forward with a medical malpractice case.
Preeclampsia is one of the most mysterious and dangerous medical conditions a pregnant woman can experience.
Readers of our Eugene medical malpractice blog know that pregnancy-related injuries can be some of the most serious, life-threatening injuries suffered by a mother. Injury to the mother not only impacts her health and well-being, but it also impacts the health of her unborn child.
As Oregon families can attest, pregnancy is supposed to be a time of celebration. During this time, prenatal care is vital for the health and well being of the expecting mother and her unborn child. This is especially true for high-risk pregnancies where there is a greater risk of injury to the mother and her child.