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Erb's Palsy

Los Angeles Birth Injury Attorneys for Erb's Palsy Claims

Has your child been diagnosed with Erb's palsy? Do you suspect that your child may be suffering from the partial or total hand or arm paralysis? It is important to seek medical care as soon a possible, and also to discuss your legal options with a competent lawyer. Pacific Attorney Group is a Los Angeles birth injury law firm dedicated to helping families who have suffered due to OB/GYN error or obstetrical mistakes before, during or after childbirth. We take on cases involving Erb's palsy and all related injuries or disorders, including brachial plexus injury and shoulder dystocia.

Your initial consultation with a Los Angeles Erb's palsy lawyer at our offices is free. With our experience in this field and the resources to competently handle your case, our team can work to assist you in recovering maximum financial damages for your child's injuries.

About Erb's Palsy

Erb's palsy is a disorder related to brachial plexus injury. The brachial plexus is a bundle of nerves that extends from the spinal cord through the shoulder and into the arm. If an infant's shoulder is stretched awkwardly during childbirth, this may cause damage to the brachial plexus, resulting in Erb's palsy and the following symptoms:

  • Loss of muscle control in the arm, hand or wrist
  • Partial or total paralysis
  • Numbness in the affected limb

In mild cases, infants suffering from Erb's palsy will be able to recover within the first three to four months of their lives with a limited amount of physical therapy. In more severe cases, however, surgery and extensive physical therapy may be required. The most severe forms of Erb's palsy cannot be corrected unless immediate surgical reconnection is successfully performed.

Learn how you may be able to recover the money you need to finance your child's future care, therapy and treatment. Contact a Los Angeles Erb's palsy attorney at our law firm today.


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