Damage to the brachial plexus during delivery can result in Erb’s palsy, a physical disability that may involve disfigurement, a lack of development, and lack of use in a child’s arm. Erb’s palsy is often the result of unnecessary force during the delivery and is often preventable.
Luckily, Erb’s Palsy is also treatable. At Brown & Crouppen, our law firm provides assistance for parents impacted by an injury to their child’s brachial plexus during the birth process. Children who suffer a brachial plexus injury resulting in Erb’s palsy may face a lifetime of medical costs, lifetime care, and physical and social problems. We want to ensure that our clients receive the compensation they deserve for current and future costs to make sure their loved ones get the care they need and deserve.
We Stand Up for Families Affected by Birth Injuries
A personal injury law firm like Brown & Crouppen employs experienced attorneys in medical malpractice suits. Our attorneys can help you navigate the complexities of a medical malpractice claim by:
- determining if you have a claim
- helping you collect the evidence and medical records you need for your case
- determining the potential value of your claim
- identifying the potentially liable parties
- questioning expert witnesses
- helping you understand the relevant laws and your rights
- handling the complicated process of filing the claim and taking it to court, if needed
Our Brachial Plexus Attorneys are Here to Help
A serious birth injury is devastating to both the child and their parents. Your family may feel alone and confused by the legal process. The attorneys of Brown & Crouppen are here to help. We have experience in cases involving birth injuries, including Erb’s palsy. At Brown & Crouppen, we fight for the rights of families like you every day.
It all Starts with A Free Case Evaluation from the Experienced Erb’s Palsy Team at Brown & Crouppen
Getting started is easy. You can call us at 800-536-4357 for a free consultation, or tell us about your case with our Free Case Review form. And remember, there’s no upfront cost to you — if you don’t get paid, we don’t get paid.