Atlanta GA Erb's Palsy Attorneys
Get Legal Help After a Diagnosis of Erb's Palsy
If your son or daughter has recently been diagnosed with Erb's Palsy, you may have grounds to take legal action against the hospital responsible for their trauma. Call the Grant Law Office to discuss your legal options in a free and confidential case consultation today. Erb's Palsy impacts millions of children each year, leaving them with permanent paralysis and potentially disfiguring effects. While some children recover mobility through extensive therapy, most are left with lifelong physical limitations. Don't let the damage caused by a negligent hospital staff go unanswered - let the Atlanta birth injury attorneys at the Grant Law Office help you obtain the justice and the redress that your family deserves. The number to call is (866) 249-5513 or (404) 995-3955.
Recent Erb's Palsy Verdicts and Settlements
- Confidential Settlement - Nurse midwife's negligent delivery of infant caused a brachial plexus injury/Erb's Palsy.
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Can I Get Compensation for Expenses?
You may be asking: "What can a Georgia personal injury claim do to help my child recover use of their arm?" Unfortunately, while we cannot undo the terrible damage inflicted by the reckless medical professionals who administered the birth of your son or daughter, we can make sure any current and future financial considerations are met. Compensation may not be a cure-all, but it can certainly help alleviate with the following expenses:
- Medical bills
- Doctor fees
- Surgical costs
- Emotional and mental anguish
- Long term physical therapy
Don't delay. Call the Grant Law Office today and let our Georgia medical malpractice team get to work on your claim, while you take the time to plan for the future. Dial (866) 249-5513 or (404) 995-3955 or submit your information online and one of our representatives will get back to you shortly.
Who Is Responsible for My Child's Injury in Georgia?
In most cases, Erb's Palsy is both preventable and almost always the fault of the hospital staff overseeing the birth of the child. Damage ranging from mild to severe can adversely affect a small portion of the shoulder area known as the Brachial plexus - a network of nerves that directs information from cervical spine cord to the arms, hands, and fingers. If this bundle is torn, stretched, or ruptured in anyway, the damage can be catastrophic. Doctors often face such consequences if one or more of following occur:
- Pulling or pushing on the baby's head, neck, or shoulders during a difficult labor;
- Failure to catch difficulties during labor, such as shoulder dystocia;
- Improper use of forceps, vacuum extractors, and other medical equipment;
- Failure to properly evaluate fetal size;
- Failure to offer a cesarean section to avoid multiple risk factors to the baby's health.
When Should I Retain an Atlanta Erb's Palsy Attorney?
The symptoms associated with Erb's Palsy are recognizable by a pediatrician early in your baby's life. Once confirmed, it is important to speak with an Atlanta birth injury law firm that is well-versed in medical malpractice, especially in cases involving young children and mothers. Don't let your case rest on the shoulders of just any practice. Speak with a team of litigators that has the experience, the resources, and the dedication you need to take on the at-fault institution. Call the Atlanta birth injury lawyers at Grant Law Office today at (866) 249-5513 or (404) 995-3955 for more information.
- Common Types of Georgia Birth Injuries
- Erb's Palsy (Brachial Plexus Birth Palsy)
- Erb's Palsy - American Association of Neuromuscular & Electrodiagnostic Medicine
- Brachial Plexus Injury in Newborns
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