- frank breech (buttocks first with feet up by head);
- complete breech (buttocks first with legs Indian-style); and
- footling breech (one or both feet first).
Where a doctor fails to take the appropriate precautions to prevent or fails to act properly in response to a breech or transverse baby, and a baby is injured, the doctor may be liable for medical malpractice.
The trial lawyers at Bottar Law, PLLC, have decades of experience investigating, prosecuting and trying to verdict medical malpractice and birth injury cases. If you or your baby have been injured due to medical malpractice, you, your child and your family may be entitled to compensation for lifelong health care, medical expenses, special education, medical bills, loss of income, and pain and suffering.
To discuss your case or concerns with an experienced Central New York medical malpractice and birth injury attorney, contact us now at (315) 422-3466, (800) 336-LAWS, or by e-mail at email@example.com.