When a Birth Defect is the Result of Medical Malpractice
In a recent video, Burg Simpson shareholder Angela McGraw discusses the heartbreak associated with congenital disabilities, and when a birth defect is the result of medical malpractice.
Trauma during the birthing process, or a missed or delayed diagnosis during or after the pregnancy, are common causes of birth injuries. Parents whose newborns have suffered from injuries that occurred before or during delivery may not receive answers to their questions about what caused the injury. The medical professionals involved are sometimes more concerned with protecting themselves than disclosing the circumstances that led to the birth injury.
If your child has been critically injured due to the negligence of a medical professional, you can speak with Angela McGraw, a Colorado medical malpractice lawyer at Burg Simpson. Contact us now.
Angela McGraw has established herself as an accomplished trial attorney with exceptional conflict resolution skills. She currently focuses her practice on medical malpractice law. Angela’s distinguished credentials include being ranked by her peers as one of The Best Lawyers in America® for 2020 and being named as Lawyer of the Year by Best Lawyers® for Personal Injury Litigation – Plaintiffs, Denver for the same year. Angela has also been a member of the prestigious American Board of Trial Advocates (ABOTA) since 2014, an invitation-only membership for trial lawyers that is extended based on personal character and honorable reputation, in addition to extensive trial experience and success. She will serve as Secretary for ABOTA for 2021. She has also been honored by Super Lawyers®, The National Trial Lawyers®, and Top 100 Attorneys in Colorado. Angela gravitated to personal injury law as it was a natural fit for her as an advocate for the underdog. She was always drawn to helping professions and is especially passionate about helping children with brain injuries or other significant injuries that result in disabilities.