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Birth Injury Malpractice Attorney New York

Legal Representation for  Birth Injuries As per recent statistics, approximately 27 out of every 1,000 newborn babies suffer from some sort of birth-related injuries. Birth injuries can range from minor injuries including bruises to serious injuries like cerebral palsy. Most deliveries are done in hospitals, and some of these birth-related injuries can happen at almost any point during labor. The injuries can also be a result of medical negligence or errors. Among these injuries, Cerebral palsy / Brachial Plexus (Erb's Palsy) is common. [table-of-content]   What is a Birth Injury? Birth injuries occur during the birthing process. They are generally caused due to the negligence...

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New York City Delay In Diagnosis Malpractice Attorney

Legal Representation for Delay In Diagnosis Malpractice Victims Frekhtman and Associates medical misdiagnosis attorneys specialize in legal claims where there has been an unnecessary delay in diagnosing an illness. This delay can have devastating consequences, for example, a delay in diagnosing meningitis can be fatal and a delay in diagnosing breast cancer can reduce life expectancy. Our attorney team has many years of experience in pursuing these types of claims against doctors and has the knowledge and expertise to ensure that you receive the best compensation possible. Many medical malpractice cases result from doctor errors that cause indirect harm to patients, such as delayed diagnoses. When doctors have delayed...

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Giving a Child a Doll with Special Needs Promotes Acceptance & Healing


All children have a deep desire to be accepted for who they are and to simply blend in with their peers. Unfortunately, many children with noticeable physical disabilities are often subject to ridicule and bullying by others. When you give disabled children dolls with visible disabilities, you can help them gain greater self-acceptance. And social psychologists believe that when you give such dolls to non-disabled kids, you can teach them empathy for those with physical differences. Learning to display sincere empathy for others has always been an important social skill. It’s even more crucial today since the CDC (Centers for Disease...

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