Legal Blog: Cerebral Palsy

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Brachial Plexus Injury: What you Need to Know

In approximately one to three out of a thousand births, a baby suffers a brachial plexus injury. These injuries can result in monetary loss and lifelong difficulties for both children and their caregivers. As a caregiver, it can be terrifying to think something has harmed your child. Know how to recognize the signs of brachial plexus injury. Know how it

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Cerebral Palsy Due To Birth Injury

Cerebral Palsy (CP) is a permanent disability arising from abnormal development of the brain, or damage to the developing brain before, during, or following birth. The word cerebral refers to “of the brain,” and palsy means paralysis.  It is one of the most debilitating congenital disabilities, offering no cure and a significant impact on the lives of those affected. CP

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Shoulder Dystocia Injuries: Know Your Rights and Options

Shoulder Dystocia is a complication that can present itself in the delivery room. If shoulder dystocia occurs during delivery, there are a number of maneuvers that can and should be used in order to deliver the baby without injury. In the absence of a proper response by the obstetrician or nurse midwife to relieve the shoulder dystocia, it is well

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Brachial Plexus Injury: What you Need to Know

In approximately one to three out of a thousand births, a baby suffers a brachial plexus injury. These injuries can result in monetary loss and lifelong difficulties for both children and their caregivers. As a caregiver, it can be terrifying to think something has harmed your child. Know how to recognize the signs of brachial plexus injury. Know how it

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Cerebral Palsy Due To Birth Injury

Cerebral Palsy (CP) is a permanent disability arising from abnormal development of the brain, or damage to the developing brain before, during, or following birth. The word cerebral refers to “of the brain,” and palsy means paralysis.  It is one of the most debilitating congenital disabilities, offering no cure and a significant impact on the lives of those affected. CP

Read More »
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Shoulder Dystocia Injuries: Know Your Rights and Options

Shoulder Dystocia is a complication that can present itself in the delivery room. If shoulder dystocia occurs during delivery, there are a number of maneuvers that can and should be used in order to deliver the baby without injury. In the absence of a proper response by the obstetrician or nurse midwife to relieve the shoulder dystocia, it is well

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