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Legal Representation for Erb’s Palsy Birth Injuries in NYC

Birth Injury Lawyers, Frekhtman & Associates represent victims of Birth Injuries including Erbs Palsy, Cerebral Palsy and Brachial Plexus Palsy within New York City. We represent victims of medical malpractice and birth injuries including Erbs Palsy within NYC region including Manhattan, Brooklyn, Bronx, Queens and Long Island. Call us now at 1-855-ERBS-PALSY for a free consultation. Brachial plexus is the area where neck joins the shoulder. This area is comprised of a bundle of nerves that provide for movement and sensation to the arm, hand and fingers. If the baby’s shoulder becomes stuck on the mother’s pelvis during delivery, the nerves...

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Can A Birth Trauma Or Birth Injury Lawyers Help Your Infant

The birth of your child is supposed to be one of the most important and exciting points of your life, however that time can become a mix of surprise and worry if something goes wrong in the delivery room and your baby suffers brain damage or a birth injury. There are a variety of situations that can cause brain damage or a birth injury to a newborn during delivery, these include: Delayed C-sections Failure to properly monitor and recognize fetal distress Uterine rupture issues Eclampsia or preeclampsia Improper use of forceps or vacuums A compressed or wrapped umbilical cord There are...

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What Birth Trauma or Birth Injury Lawyers Want You to Know About Brachial Plexus Birth Injuries

One of the most common reasons that new parents find themselves calling birth trauma or birth injury lawyers is a brachial plexus injury. Understanding brachial plexus injuries and what can cause them will help you determine if a lawyer is necessary. Here are a few things that every expectant parent should know. What Causes Brachial Plexus Injuries? Brachial plexus injuries are normally the result of strain that forces the baby's head away from the shoulder while pushing the shoulder down away from the neck. Sometimes, these injuries happen as a result of a difficult labor and delivery or a breech birth. Sometimes,...

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