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Cerebral Palsy Caused During Birth: Is It Medical Malpractice?

Cerebral palsy, or CP, is a group of disorders that affect movement, muscle tone and/or posture. While not every case of CP is due to a mistake on behalf of the doctor during birth, sometimes medical negligence can be directly related to CP in some newborns.    If you or your child experienced complications during…

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An Overview of New York Birth Injury Law

For many couples, there is no greater joy than having a child. But for some, unnecessary and careless errors in care leading up to or during delivery can have severe and lasting consequences on the child and family. New York malpractice law aims to protect mothers and their children from negligent and often irreversible errors…

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An Overview of Three Common Birth Injuries That Occur in New York

Birth injury can be the result of medical malpractice in which a medical professional’s negligence causes serious and often irreversible damage to the newborn or their mother. Muscle or brain-related birth injuries can lead to a lifetime of physical difficulties, delays in motor function and developmental hindrances, and oftentimes, these obstacles could have been avoided…

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Colorado Court of Appeals Reverses Decision Regarding Pitocin and Compressive Cerebral Ischemic Encephalopathy

The Colorado Court of Appeals reversed a trial court decision excluding the Compressive Cerebral Ischemic Encephalopathy theory of causation. Cerebral Ischemic Encephalopathy is a head compression that can result from the mismanagement of Pitocin during induction or augmentation. The medical malpractice and birth injury attorneys at Sullivan Papain Block McGrath Coffinas & Cannavo discuss the…

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