Information About Halifax Medical Malpractice Lawyer Blog
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- What to Do If Your Child is Injured During Birth
Having a child should be one of the happiest days of our lives. But if your child suffers a preventable injury during birth, the occasion can mark the beginning of a stressful and worrisome path. How was my child injured? Could it have been prevented? How am I going to care for my child in the futur … Read more »
- McKiggan Hebert named to Top 10 Personal Injury Law Firms in Canada
Thank you! Thank you! We are incredibly proud to announce that Mckiggan Hebert has been included in Canadian Lawyer magazine’s list of Top 10 Personal Injury Boutique law firms in Canada. In fact, we are the only law firm east of Ontario to be included in this list. It’s a great honour and I think i … Read more »
- Moms Who Had Emergency C-Sections Due To Oxytocin Given By Moncton Nurse To File Claims
Last week the Moncton Hospital confirmed that an unidentified nurse had been fired after they confirmed that two mothers were given the drug oxytocin without their consent, resulting in emergency cesarean sections. What is Oxytocin and why is it dangerous? Oxytocin is a drug used in labour and deliv … Read more »
- Cerebral Palsy Awareness Month
Cerebral palsy is a neurological birth injury that affects thousands of children and adults worldwide. March is known as Cerebral Palsy Awareness Month, which allows us the opportunity to educate others about cerebral palsy while celebrating those currently living with it. During March, you may have … Read more »
- How Does Cerebral Palsy Affect Social Development?
The creation and building social relationships is one of many milestones that children affected by cerebral palsy may have difficulty in achieving. But how exactly does cerebral palsy affect social development, especially as children are learning how to walk, talk and interact with others? Whether i … Read more »