Bronx New York Brachial Plexus Injury Attorneys
Erb's Palsy, also called brachial plexus palsy, is the result of injury to the brachial nerves in the shoulder, causing weakness or the lack of movement in the arm. It most often occurs in complicated deliveries where a doctor needs to pull or use other abrasive techniques to deliver the child. Sadly, these injuries could be prevented by taking extra caution and care. If your baby suffers from Erb's Palsy as a result of a medical error, a skilled medical malpractice attorney can represent your interests.
For more than 40 years, the New York City law firm of Tolmage, Peskin, Harris, Falick has been helping victims of birth and delivery trauma get the compensation they deserve. Our attorneys use their extensive experience in personal injury to put together a strong birth injury lawsuit and hold the doctor accountable for his or her negligence.
Contact a New York Erb's Palsy lawyer today for a free consultation. We are on your side, fighting for the compensation you deserve.
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Doctors, nurses and other medical staff need to take care in order to prevent serious injury to a baby during delivery. When they don't, they need to be held accountable.
At Tolmage, Peskin, Harris, Falick, we know what it takes to win full and fair compensation. Our firm will use all available resources to gather evidence, interview witnesses and collect other information to put together a strong case. We thoroughly prepare so that we have the upper hand when dealing with insurance companies. Whether through negotiations or in litigation, we will fight hard to make sure you receive the compensation you deserve.
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When you go into delivery, you expect that everything will turn out well. Too often however, parents learn the devastating truth that their child was injured during birth.
To discuss your child's Erb's Palsy case with an experienced lawyer, call 212-964-1390 or toll free 877-298-3201 for a free initial consultation.
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