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Development of club foot

Congenital Talipes Equinovarus, more commonly known as club foot, is a birth defect in which a child’s foot is abnormally rotated and pointed inward toward the other foot.

Some medical literature suggests that during pregnancy club foot may develop in babies depending on their position inside the womb in the development process. The foot of a baby may hamper its normal development if it is inwardly stuck while inside the womb. Other research suggests that this condition is genetic and that club foot is more likely to occur if someone else in the family has it.

Sadly, club foot can also be caused when pregnant mothers take Depakote, a drug that treats depression during pregnancy. If this side effect has affected your child, a lawyer may help you seek the remunerations you need to pay for expensive treatment. Find out how the legal team at Williams Hart may work for you today by calling 800-761-3187.

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