Pregnancy, Labor and Delivery – What Families-to-be Should Know
How to use our guide to find the information you need
New and expecting mothers have a lot of questions: about the birthing process, about what nutrients they need, and about what they can expect during labor and delivery. Our comprehensive resource is designed to give you the answers you need, when you need the, from a reliable source you can trust.
I’m pregnant! What do I do now?
Pregnancy is an incredible time. The human body undergoes extraordinary changes as it adapts to creating life. We’re betting that you’ll get a lot of advice – from your doctors, nurses, midwives, family members, friends and neighbors. (And maybe some complete strangers, too.) Finding the right information online to supplement what your doctors say can be a challenge.
Here, you can find in-depth information like:
You can even find a glossary of all the medical terms we routinely use, in case you want a more simplified explanation.
How do you select a good OB?
Dealing with the effects of a mistake or act of negligence
No one is perfect – even doctors. Some mistakes are easily fixed, and will have no long-term effects on the mother-to-be or the child. Some mistakes, however, are acts of negligence or malpractice, and can result in permanent and life-altering birth injuries.
If you believe this might be the case, or you have questions about proceeding with a lawsuit, we invite you to visit our website and learn more about your rights and options. Our talented team of attorneys maintains offices in Ohio and in Kentucky, and can conduct home or in-hospital visits when needed.
You probably have a million questions. We want to help you get the answers.
Having a baby is an extraordinary event. We want you to feel safe and secure in the choices you make. Should something go wrong, however, we will be by your side. To learn more about the services provided by Crandall & Pera Law, LLC, please call 877-955-0020 or complete our contact form to schedule a consultation in one of our Ohio or Kentucky offices. The appointment is free, and we take all cases on a contingency basis.