Some of the most prolific medical malpractice cases involve injuries sustained by children during the labor and delivery process. I can’t image a warm-blooded-person who isn’t moved by the very thought of a severely disabled child who faces a lifetime of developmental difficulties and endless hours of specialized medical attention.
Despite their poignant tales, these children—or perhaps more accurately, the people bringing lawsuits on their behalves, still have the burden of establishing that their child’s injury derived from the negligence of the attending physician or hospital.
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