Many parents celebrate the birth of their child, but sometimes, what should’ve been a cause for happiness becomes a painful and distressing event when the baby passes. Infant death may be due to natural factors. However, you’re entitled to sue a party for medical malpractice if someone in the hospital has caused or contributed to your loss.
Wrongful death lawyers talk about these cases, including the common external reasons for fetal or infant death, just compensation, liabilities, and the statute of limitations.
Common External Causes
External causes refer to non-genetic sources of a death. Healthcare providers and, in some cases, hospitals may have committed an error resulting in an infant’s death. Medical malpractice may contribute to the loss of a fetus or newborn due to several reasons. Read more from this article: http://bit.ly/2shDY1Y