While pregnant, your body undergoes many changes. Sometimes prescriptions drugs are prescribed for certain conditions and discomforts. While many prescription medications are safe for pregnant women to take, there are others that can cause harm to unborn babies.

If you took a prescription drug while pregnant that your doctor prescribed and your baby was sadly born with a birth deformity, you may be able to hold the doctor accountable. However, Kentucky birth injury cases can be difficult. In order to prove medical negligence, you will need to show the following:

  1. You took the drug while pregnant
  2. The drug was prescribed by a medical professional
  3. The prescription caused your child’s birth injury
  4. The birth injury was not a result of a preexisting disease or condition

You need an experienced birth injury lawyer on your side who knows how to thoroughly investigate your claim to establish proof, and who understands the complexities involved in this type of case. Call Gray and White today to find out how to hold the negligent doctor responsible. Dial 888.450.4456 for a free consultation or contact us online at

Matthew L. White
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Founder & Partner of Louisville Personal Injury Law Firm Gray & White Law