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Can I File an Erb’s Palsy Lawsuit? We Can Help

Erb’s palsy is a form of brachial plexus injury and results from damage to the nerves that supply the muscles of the arm. Brachial plexus injuries can cause partial to complete paralysis of the shoulder, upper arm, elbow, forearm, wrist, hand or fingers. There are varying levels of severity of brachial plexus injury depending upon whether the affected nerve is actually detached from the spinal cord, ruptured, overstretched or compressed by scar tissue.

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Why Choose Regan Zambri Long as Your Erb’s Palsy Birth Injury Lawyer?

As Erb’s palsy lawyers in Washington, DC, Regan Zambri Long PLLC has over two decades of experience litigating these cases in the DC area. Many of these injuries are due to avoidable errors by the doctor or nurse-midwife who delivered the baby.

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What Is a Brachial Plexus Injury?

An obstetrical brachial plexus injury occurs when damage to the nerves during the delivery of an infant. The majority of these birth injuries are the result of a birthing “emergency” called shoulder dystocia, which occurs when a doctor fails to plan ahead for a safe delivery or fails to perform the proper moves to deliver the baby safely and the infant’s shoulder becomes stuck on the mother’s pelvic bone.

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How Can You Treat a Brachial Plexus Injury?

Treatment for a brachial plexus injury includes:

  • Physical and occupational therapy
  • Surgery, splinting, and casting
  • Electrical stimulation

Assessment and treatment should be initiated as soon as possible. Typically, an infant suffering from an obstetrical brachial plexus injury begins physical or occupational therapy in the first few weeks of life. These children are usually referred to a specialist or a team of specialists that might include a neurologist, an orthopedic surgeon, a plastic surgeon, or a neurosurgeon to further assess the injury using a variety of tests and to implement effective treatment.

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What Are the Common Causes Of Erb’s Palsy?

Regan Zambri Long helps families claim compensation for Erb’s palsy and other brachial plexus injuries resulting from medical malpractice. Often, these injuries were preventable but medical practitioners failed to meet the standard duty of care. Some of the main causes of Erb’s palsy and brachial plexus injuries that we see at our firm include:

Whatever the case may be for you and your child, you can trust our team of respected DC medical malpractice lawyers to lead you through the process of recovering compensation for the medical malpractice that caused your child’s condition. You never pay out of pocket – only as a contingency of a winning settlement.

How Can Birth Injury Lawyers At Regan Zambri Long Help With My Erb’s Palsy Case?

Erb’s palsy and other brachial plexus injuries often result from medical malpractice or carelessness by medical professionals. Our team of Erb’s palsy lawyers in Washington, DC have the expertise you need. We will go above and beyond to build your case and help you prove the medical negligence that caused your child’s Erb’s palsy or brachial plexus palsy condition.

Regan Zambri Long has an established reputation in the Washington DC, Maryland, and Virginia area. We are an experienced, trusted partner, that has recovered hundreds of millions of dollars in compensation for our medical malpractice clients. We do everything in our power to win the maximum compensation you are entitled to and ensure you get the justice you deserve.

Meet with a top birth injury lawyer in DC at Regan Zambri Long today to find out if a legal claim is the right path for you. There is no cost or obligation for this free consultation. We will review the details of your case, and help you find out how to get started claiming compensation for your losses. Call 202-960-4596 today, or get in touch with us online.

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Frequently Asked Questions In An Erb’s Palsy Birth Injury Case

Filing a case for medical malpractice that results in Erb’s Palsy/Brachial Plexus Injury can be a long, exhausting process. That from mental stress to financial burdens. Many parents and legal guardians considering such a case want to know how long it will take, and what to expect.

How Do I Know If I Have an Erb’s Palsy Case?

If you believe your child’s Erb’s Palsy/Brachial Plexus injury are due to negligence on behalf of your medical team, then you may have a case. Consult with a lawyer, who can help walk you through what you will need to prove a case. This list includes, but is not limited to:

Every Erb’s Palsy/Brachial Plexus birth injury case is different. But they all have one thing in common: Proving your medical team was at-fault can be a long, strenuous process. An experienced birth injury lawyer will use medical experts and other resources to determine if the care you received resulted in your child’s birth injury.

How Do I File a Claim For My Child’s Erb’s Palsy/Brachial Plexus Birth Injury Case?

If you believe your child’s Erb’s palsy or Brachial Plexus birth injury was due to medical malpractice from your medical care team, the most important thing you need to do is find the right birth injury lawyer. From there, your Erb’s palsy lawyer in DC will follow these steps to make your case:

How Long Will It Take to Win My Erb’s Palsy/Brachial Plexus Case?

The length of your brain injury case depends on a variety of factors. From jurisdiction to statute of limitations, the details of the injury, and more, it’s hard to predict. Realistically, due to the level of detail required to prove medical malpractice in birth injury cases, it could take years from start to finish for your case to be resolved. An expert medical malpractice lawyer at Regan Zambri Long will be with you every step of the way, no matter how long it takes.

What Does an Erb’s Palsy/Brachial Plexus Birth Injury Lawyer in DC Do For My Case?

Even if you feel medical malpractice caused your child’s Erb’s palsy or other birth injury, you have to prove it to win a settlement. This process takes time, care, and experience. Once you give your lawyer the basic facts and details of your experience, they will start building your case. This includes extensive research and interviews as needed, using their medical malpractice experience and track record to build your case.

Hiring a birth injury lawyer means you don’t just receive the best legal representation. It also means your case will be aided by medical experts, who will review the details and offer their professional opinion on if you and your child received the standard of care expected by your medical team. This can be crucial to proving you are owed compensation.

When Looking For a Birth Injury Lawyer in DC, What Should I Be Looking For?

Erb’s palsy and other birth injury cases can be nuanced, complicated cases to prove. It’s critical you are working with an experienced medical malpractice attorney. Here are just some of the things you should be looking for when looking for a birth injury lawyer in DC:

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Have you or your loved one sustained injuries in the Washington DC area or the surrounding counties? Regan Zambri Long PLLC has the best lawyers in the country to analyze your case and answer the questions you may have.

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