Erb's palsy results from nerve damage that can impair a baby's arm, shoulder or hand. The most common cause of this is excessive force during removal from the birth canal. If a doctor is negligent in detecting risk factors or otherwise fails to do his or her job, he or she can be held accountable. It is important to realize that Erb's palsy is almost always preventable through tested and codified maneuvers that alleviate shoulder dystocia — the issue that arises if a baby's shoulder becomes stuck.
If your baby suffered Erb's palsy due to what you believe was negligent conduct on behalf of the staff, it is important that you understand all details and to what you may be compensated. Having worked on these issues for more than a quarter century, our lawyers are here for you.
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Regardless of the details or extent surrounding the affliction, from lack of muscle control or feeling to paralysis, we at Soloff & Zervanos, P.C., will bring our demonstrable expertise to build the strongest possible case to maximize compensation. We are committed to your long-term well-being and are dedicated to holding the medical professionals accountable.
We encourage you to get in touch as soon as possible so that we can begin working with you to build the strongest possible case, reaching out to medical professionals and other experts as necessary.
To schedule a free consultation with one of our Allentown Erb's palsy attorneys, please call 800-724-2323 or email the firm. Phones are answered 24 hours a day.