If your child suffered a shoulder injury at birth and you are in need of a brachial plexus malpractice lawyer Miami FL trusts, call Needle & Ellenberg, P.A. today.
Brachial plexus injuries during birth are almost always associated with the occurrence of shoulder dystocia. Shoulder dystocia occurs when one of the baby’s shoulders (although on rare occasion it can be both) becomes lodged up against the mother’s pubic bone during delivery.
Our firm is staffed with the kind of brachial plexus malpractice lawyer Miami FL needs and has handled numerous cases on behalf of families with children who suffered severe shoulder dystocia due to medical negligence. Give us a call today to discuss your specific case in a no-cost consultation. Based in Miami and Fort Lauderdale, our attorneys serve clients in communities throughout Florida.
What Should The Doctor Have Done To Prevent Injury To Your Child?
There are specific maneuvers that must be followed in order to deliver the baby without injury. When the doctor or nurses fail to follow these maneuvers, and the delivering health care provider (either doctor or nurse mid-wife) exerts excessive lateral traction on the baby’s head and neck, the nerves of the baby’s brachial plexus in the stuck shoulder become stretched to the point of tearing.
As a brachial plexus malpractice lawyer Miami FL relies on might explain, the tear can occur at the meeting point of the nerve with the spinal column or at a point along the nerve itself. When the nerve heals itself, a neuroma may form. The condition can be significantly improved by surgery to repair the nerve with one taken from another part of the baby’s body (usually the leg). There are less than a handful of doctors in the United States who perform this surgery.
Contact A Brachial Plexus Malpractice Lawyer Miami FL Trusts
Our law firm is experienced in representing clients in brachial plexus and other birth injury cases. To schedule a confidential consultation with a skilled brachial plexus malpractice lawyer Miami FL respects, call (305) 530-0000 or 877-810-2864. You can also email us.