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Erb’s palsy malpractice

If your child has been diagnosed with Erb’s palsy and you suspect that the condition may have been caused by medical negligence or malpractice, you should call us now.

Our firm has many years of experience obtaining fair compensation from those responsible for causing Erb’s palsy.

Erb’s palsy is a serious condition, which affects the shoulder and arm of the infant. It is generally diagnosed shortly after birth. Erb’s Palsy is caused by injury to the network of nerves in the shoulder area that carries signals from the spinal cord to the arms and hands. This injury can be caused by medical negligence or malpractice. A baby afflicted with Erb’s palsy will be seen with its arm lying by their side and an extended elbow devoid of movement.

Erb’s Palsy is treatable but regardless of the severity of the case, this condition can present a significant financial burden to your family. If the condition was caused by medical malpractice or negligence you are entitled to be compensate.f your child is afflicted by Erb’s palsy, it is important that you choose a lawyer with extensive experience with Erb’s palsy cases to represent you.

If your child was diagnosed with Erb’s palsy and you suspect that it may be the result of birth injury caused by medical negligence, contact our firm at 212-601-9300 or fill out our short form

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We will help you determine if you have a winnable case and work with you to bring a successful case .it is your right to receive financial compensation, not only for the additional medical expenses but also for the pain and suffering they have caused you.

If your child suffers from Erb’s Palsy caused by a mistake the doctor made, call us today for a free consultation at 212-601-9300 or fill out our short form and someone will be in touch shortly to answer your questions. Please don’t put this off. Medical malpractice cases are subject to

For a free consultation give us a call at (212) 601-9300 or fill out our short form