Twin Brain Damaged at Birth – $61.6 Million Verdict
In favor of our client, an injured twin (Twin “B”), who was delivered 42 minutes after his brother, (Twin “A”) without being continually monitored for fetal distress. Twin “B” suffered asphyxia shortly prior to birth. We proved to the Jury that proper monitoring would have revealed signs of oxygen deprivation, which would have warranted an earlier delivery via cesarean section. Twin “B”, now age 6, is intelligent, but requires the assistance of a walker or wheelchair and has difficulty with his speech. His brother, Twin “A”, is fine.
Brain Injury at Birth – $7.5 Million Recovered
Hospital physicians failed to properly deliver a baby boy resulting in birth asphyxia and permanent brain damage.
Brain Injury at Birth – $5.3 Million Recovered
Hospital’s failure to properly treat pre-eclampsia in pregnant woman resulting in seizure causing loss of oxygen to baby in utero. As a result the baby was born with severe brain damage.
Brain Injury at Birth – $5 Million Recovered
Physicians failed to recognize fetal distress resulting in brain damage at birth.
Cerebral Palsy – $4.5 Million Verdict
In favor of our client, a newborn, and against the hospital which failed to render treatment to the infant who was having breathing difficulties. The infant had a normal delivery but developed problems breathing in the nursery despite observations by the nurse which indicated respiratory problems. No doctor arrived to assist the child, resulting in a mild case of cerebral palsy. The jury held that the child’s brain damage was a result of medical malpractice.
Brain Injury at Birth – $4.35 Million Recovered
Baby boy was born with brain damage due to negligence by the hospital physicians in failing to perform an emergency cesarean section when there were signs of fetal distress.
Brain Damaged Baby – $4 Million Recovered
Medical providers failed to properly perform a timely c-section.
Brain Injury at Birth – $4 Million Recovered
Hospital employees and obstetrician failed to deliver a baby after there were signs of distress resulting in oxygen deprivation and permanent brain damage.
Brain Injury at Birth – $3.8 Million Recovered
Hospital employees and obstetrician failed to promptly deliver a baby causing the baby to become oxygen deprived resulting in permanent brain damage.
Failure to Perform C-Section – $3.7 Million Recovered
Obtained on eve of trial for our client, an infant, who suffered permanent brain damage as a result of deprivation of oxygen, which, we asserted, was caused by the failure of the medical providers to recognize the need for a Cesarean Section in lieu of a natural delivery.
Brain Injury at Birth – $3 Million Recovered
Brain damage in a newborn baby boy due to the negligence of hospital physicians during his delivery.
Brain Injury at Birth – $3 Million Recovered
Hospital’s failure to react to signs of fetal distress resulted in baby suffering permanent brain damage.
Brain Injury at Birth – $2.94 Million Recovered
Cerebral Palsy and brain damage suffered by a twin boy at birth because the doctors delivering him did not perform a cesarean section when they became aware of fetal distress.
Brain Injury at Birth – $2.85 Million Recovered
Emergency cesarean section performed on a woman who was discharged from the hospital one day earlier with vaginal bleeding, resulting in brain damage to her newborn son.
Brain Injury at Birth – $2.675 Million Recovered
Obstetrician’s failure to diagnose pre-term labor in woman who presented to hospital with complaints of contractions and abnormal findings on sonogram showing signs of cervical shortening, resulted in baby’s premature birth and an intracranial hemorrhage requiring surgical shunt placement with numerous revisions, hydrocephalus and cerebral palsy.
Brain Injury at Birth – $2.5 Million Recovered
Physician delivering twins failed to recognize that the second baby was in fetal distress resulting in oxygen deprivation and permanent brain damage.
Brain Injury at Birth – $2 Million Recovered
Hospital’s failure to perform emergency c-section delivery resulted in permanent neurological injury to newborn.
Brain Injury at Birth – $1.95 Million Recovered
Brain damage suffered by a newborn baby because the hospital doctors who delivered him did not perform an emergency cesarean section despite warning signs.
Brain Injury at Birth – $1.75 Million Recovered
Newborn with permanent and devastating brain damage because his mom did not receive appropriate pre-natal care and he was not delivered timely via emergency cesarean section.
Brain Injury at Birth – $1.7 Million Recovered
Physicians failed to perform an emergency cesarean section delivery of a baby girl, resulting in brain damage.
Brain Injury at Birth – $1.5 Million Recovered
An obstetrician failed to properly treat a 29-year-old pregnant woman’s complaints of contractions and vaginal bleeding, resulting in the premature birth of her daughter and associated respiratory distress, lung deficiency, and developmental delays.
*These results do not guarantee a similar outcome.