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Medical Malpractice

Medical Malpractice Liability If Physician's Negligence Causes Child's Erb's Palsy Injury

22nd February 2011
Erbís palsy is a type of an injury that can affect a babyís shoulder, arm and hand, giving the baby a limp arm. This type of injury may arise in the course of childbirth if excessive pressure is applied, thereby damaging the nerves in the shoulder. In cas...
Author: J. Hernandez
Bankruptcy Law

Bankruptcy Attorney in Houston - Taking you out from the Financial Challenges

18th January 2011
The bankruptcy is some of a challenge that everyone is face up by an individual or a business. To save the precious one and investments features one must take the vital measurement from the filing for bankruptcy problems. But people can themselves file to...
Author: jemmyfoster
Medical Malpractice

Trial Of Lawsuit Over Baby's Cerebral Palsy Leads To $15.8 Million Verdict

09th July 2010
Several complications can occur in the late stages of a pregnancy that may put the health of the unborn baby at risk. An umbilical cord compression is an especially significant risk to the unborn child. This problem comes up when excessive pressure is pla...
Author: J. Hernandez
Medical Malpractice

Malpractice Cases Alleging Child's Erb's Palsy Was Attributable To Physician's Error

18th June 2010
Erb's palsy is an injury that affect's a newborn's shoulder, arm and hand, giving the newborn a limp arm. An Erb's palsy injury can arise in the course of childbirth if excessive pressure is applied, harming the nerves in the shoulder. In case your child ...
Author: J. Hernandez