Birth Defects Lawyer: Minnesota Birth Defects Statistics
Birth Defects killed 145.9 out of every 100,000 babies born in Minnesota in 2001. In that year in Minnesota, infant mortality rate due to birth defects accounted for 27% of all infant deaths. You can see the how this statistic changed during the end of the 20th century in the table below. Birth defects can cause a lifetime of pain and expensive medical bills. If medical negligence caused your child's birth defects, don't wait until its too late. Use this simple form to contact an experienced birth defects attorney today.
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Act now! It is essential that you inquire about your case as soon as possible. Litigation may be the only way to receive the damages to which you may be entitled, such as medical and health care bills, lost or diminished wages, and financial compensation to family in the case of death. Your individual state's law may limit your time to bring a legal claim to protect your rights. You need to have your Brith Defects/Injury claim evaluated immediately!
Data Collected from:
National Center for Health Statistics.
Retrieved June 29th, 2005, from http://www.marchofdimes.com/peristats
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