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Brachial Plexus Injury Lawyer Fort Lauderdale, FL

Brachial Plexus Injury Lawyer Fort Lauderdale, FL

When your child has a brachial plexus injury after birth and you believe it is the result of a medical professional’s negligence, you should not hesitate to call our brachial plexus injury lawyer Fort Lauderdale, FL trusts from the Law Offices of Needle & Ellenberg, P.A. When a baby experiences a brachial plexus injury, it means that the nerves that are in their spinal cord can be so damaged the baby is not able to get feeling in their arms or neck or they may be unable to move these areas. It is possible that a more mild injury only causes temporary problems in a baby. However, if the nerves are stretched too far and rip, it could lead to permanent problems. Call our attorneys if you would like to file a claim.

How do I know medical malpractice occurred? 

Not every brachial plexus injury is going to be the result of medical malpractice. It is important to remember that medical malpractice claims are based on the idea of whether another doctor with the same experience and in the same situation would have done the same thing. In fact, because many babies get stuck in the birth canal, some form of brachial plexus injury is not uncommon because a doctor may need to use suction tools to remove the baby. What we want to know is whether the injury could have been prevented. 

If the doctor in charge knew that there were signs of distress or that going into labor would become complicated, they should have taken other measures (like performing a C-section) to ensure the safety of the baby and the mother. Our birth injury lawyer Fort Lauderdale, FL offers can work with you to file a lawsuit against the doctor responsible for your child’s injuries. 

What is needed for this lawsuit? 

Your attorney will need to show that:

  1. The doctor your are filing against is the one who was responsible for you and your child during medical treatment;
  2. An error occurred during this treatment (that other competent doctors would not have made);
  3. This error led to your child having a brachial plexus injury.

When you file a lawsuit like this, it can help you get the financial compensation you need to pay for your child’s continuing medical treatment and physical therapy bills. It can even help pay for travel expenses and pain and suffering. If your baby was born with a brachial plexus injury and you believe that the doctor acted negligently during your child’s birth, reach out to our aggressive Fort Lauderdale, Florida brachial plexus injury lawyer now. Call the law firm of Needle & Ellenberg, P.A. today.