Houston Brachial Plexus Injury Attorney
When any of the major nerves that run from the spinal cord through the neck or shoulder area of an infant are damaged this is known as brachial plexus palsy. Depending on how severe the damage is to these nerves, a child can experience numbness in the arms, hands or shoulders or lose complete function and motor skills in these areas.
In the most severe brachial plexus injury cases, the spinal cord is severed completely and paralysis, paraplegia or quadriplegia results. What parents need to understand is that brachial plexus injuries are preventable. It is physician, OBGYN and hospital negligence that are the cause of these preventable birth injuries.
Dedication and Compassion for Families Who Have Suffered a Brachial Plexus Injury
For knowledgeable and seasoned birth injury counsel, reach out to Hastings Law Firm P.C. Based in Houston, Texas. We provide compassionate and dedicated birth injury representation to clients throughout the region. Medical negligence cases are often difficult and complex, which is why it is so important that your attorney is highly experienced in such matters. Our medical malpractice attorney, Tommy Hastings, has more than a decade of experience with these birth injury cases. He will aggressively pursue justice and compensation on behalf of you and your family in what is so often a preventable injury.
Brachial Plexus Injury Lawsuits
Too often an infant suffers from brachial plexus, shoulder dystocia, Erb’s palsy and other serious birth injuries that are often completely preventable. These permanent injuries do not have to happen. Unfortunately, physicians will rush a delivery and use far too much force necessary or not properly take into consideration risk factors the mother may have for brachial plexus injuries. These risk factors include gestational diabetes, small pelvic size, age and higher-than-average weight gain during a pregnancy — all factors that a doctor can be well aware of prior to a birth.
The cost and care for a child who has suffered a brachial plexus injury is substantial. We are looking at a lifetime of doctor’s appointments, medications, physical therapy, special needs care and more. You should not have to burden these substantial costs, especially if there was negligence on the part of the hospital, doctors, nurses or staff. Our law firm is highly skilled in this area of the law, and our past verdicts and settlements show just how hard we fight for our birth injury clients.
Contact Us Today For Immediate Help for Your Child’s Brachial Plexus or Erb’s Palsy Injury
At Hastings Law Firm, we take on brachial plexus malpractice cases throughout Texas. We are compassionate toward each and every family’s special needs and understand how difficult this time is for you. If your little one has experienced injuries sustained during delivery due to medical negligence, we encourage you to get in touch with our knowledgeable attorneys now to discuss a possible case. We can provide you with a totally free and confidential case evaluation so that you can determine the best plan of action based on full understanding of your options. Call now at 281-466-1396 or contact us on-line to schedule your no cost initial consultation. We take most cases on contingency fee, meaning our clients pay nothing out of pocket for us to pursue their lawsuit.