New York Erb’s Palsy Lawyer

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERANothing is more heartbreaking than seeing your child in pain or discomfort. Worse yet is the thought of a debilitating birth injury that leaves your child paralyzed and unable to lead a full and healthy life. When your child’s brachial plexus nerves are damaged, resulting in Erb’s Palsy, the potential consequences vary drastically.  Your child could suffer partial to complete and temporary to permanent changes in mobility. Several different conditions may develop from the damage, including paralysis, and could continue into adulthood.

Erb’s Palsy occurs when the fifth and sixth cervical nerves are paralyzed, causing the arm to be turned toward the body. At the same time, the hand is turned backward and there is no elbow movement. Parents who need to speak with a New York Erb’s Palsy lawyer should contact us so we can sit down for a candid discussion that centers on the details surrounding your child’s injury and his or her resulting medical needs.

While some babies recover without help, many need interventions with specialists. Procedures that include nerve transplants, Sub Scapularis releases and Latissimus Dorsi Tendon transfers may be necessary in some cases. Additionally, for some patients, long-lasting effects may shadow their lives forever, including circulation and internal temperature-control problems, and lifelong arthritis. Parents shouldn’t have added financial burdens because a mistake was made when their son or daughter was delivered.

New York Erb’s Palsy Lawyer

The litigation process surrounding a birth injury case is a tedious, complex process. A lawsuit concerning a birth injury may involve an array of expert witness depositions and interpretation of medical records. If you are looking for a New York Erb’s Palsy lawyer, we invite you to contact our office for a free consultation. Our litigators have extensive experience in trying cases that involve birth injury, and we promise to make the entire process as hassle-free for your family as possible.

Because of our significant experience, we can help you understand if your child’s injury is the result of a doctor’s or nurse’s negligence, and if filing a medical malpractice lawsuit is an appropriate next step for your family. Many times, difficult birth conditions are preventable with accepted, standard medical care. If your prenatal health care team failed to ensure you received adequate care, that is a medical malpractice issue. If you think your child’s Erb’s Palsy is related to medical malpractice, you may be entitled to compensation that will cover your child’s present and future medical needs.

New York Erb’s Palsy Lawyer Services

Since 1987, the law firm of Trief & Olk has provided numerous legal services to a wide variety of medical malpractice clients. If you or a loved one has a legal need, please contact us to find out more specific information about our firm or for a free consultation to discuss how our firm can help to resolve your Erb’s Palsy case. Our law offices can be reached via telephone at (212) 486-6060 or by completing our confidential online form. When you fill out the form, include a detailed and thorough description of your case. We look forward to serving your needs. 

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