Baby Dies Fourty Minutes After An Emergency Caesarean
An inquest is being held to learn more about the death of a baby who died just 40 minutes after birth by emergency caesarean. The mother was induced at Prince Charles Hospital in Wales, and 16 hours later, the baby was delivered by emergency caesarean. Sadly, the baby, who was the first child for the couple, died.
After the death, the mother instructed medical negligence solicitors to investigate the death and the care that both the mother and baby received. The inquest will investigate the Cwm Taf University Health Board who are responsible for the hospital.
Understandably the family are struggling to come to terms with what has happened to the baby and the care that both mother and baby received. With medical negligence solicitors supporting the family, the loved ones will be able to find out the answers they need about what happened during labour. The solicitors will also be able to determine whether there was negligence in the care the family received.
It is hoped that the inquest and expertise of the medical negligence solicitors will help the family to get the answers they deserve. This, in time, should hopefully help the family come to terms with what has happened and enable them to move on with the full knowledge they deserve.
What Negligence Claimline Say
When a medical trauma or tragedy hits, it can cause a significant amount of hurt, heartache and damage for family and loved ones. In cases like this, the only way to come to terms with the event is through receiving comprehensive answers from a thorough investigation.
If you feel that you or a loved one has suffered from negligence or poor medical care, then you deserve to seek answers too. At Negligence Claimline, our solicitors will work hard for you to seek the answers you deserve. If you have reason to question the care you or a loved one has received, then talk to our team for free to find out how we can help you.