Erb’s Palsy – $2 Million Verdict
In favor of our client, an infant, and against an obstetrician for failing to anticipate or recognize shoulder dystocia during delivery, and then applying excessive force on the baby’s head, causing an injury to the nerves in the baby’s arm.
Erb’s Palsy – $2 Million Recovered
Physician negligently delivered a baby girl resulting in Erbs Palsy and a permanent limited use of her left arm.
Erb’s Palsy – $1.99 Million Recovered
Physicians at a hospital negligently delivered a baby boy resulting in injury to the brachial plexus, Erb’s Palsy and permanent damage to the arm.
Erb’s Palsy – $1.4 Million Recovered
Reached during trial for our client, a newborn. Approximately 45 minutes prior to delivery, a hospital resident determined that the delivery should be performed via cesarean section and called the attending physician (since the resident was not allowed to perform a cesarean section). The attending physician denied ever receiving the call. The infant was delivered vaginally and during the delivery, the baby’s shoulder became stuck. We claimed that excessive traction (pulling) was used to deliver the infant, resulting in an injury to her brachial plexus. She now suffers from Erb’s Palsy and has limited use of her arm.
Erb’s Palsy – $1.3 Million Recovered
An infant was injured at birth when a hospital doctor carelessly damaged some of her nerves causing the baby to have Erb’s Palsy.
Erb’s Palsy – $1 Million Recovered
Physician negligently delivered a baby girl causing a brachial plexus injury. The resulting Erb’s Palsy required neurological surgery.
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