Birth Injury Attorneys in Chicago

An injury to the brachial plexus can leave your child injured for life. If you feel that your child’s injury resulted from medical malpractice, the Chicago Brachial Plexus lawyers at the Epstein Law Firm are here to help you explore your legal options. We have the skill and resources to handle the most complex and difficult birth injury lawsuits.

Contact us today online or by telephone at 773-522-7000 to speak with an experienced New York birth injury law firm.

Injuries to the Brachial Plexus
At The Epstein Law Firm, we have extensive experience handling birth injury suits, including those in which the baby has suffered a brachial plexus injury due to medical negligence.

Shoulder dystocia is a shoulder injury to a child that occurs during a slow and stressed child birth. This is often the cause of a brachial plexus injury. This type of injury can lead to a condition known as Erb’s palsy, which leaves some children paralyzed for their entire lifetime.

While some brachial plexus injuries are unavoidable, some are the result of medical malpractice

The Epstein Law Frim will carefully examine all aspects of your case to determine if negligence contributed to your child’s injury. We will investigate your claim in order to be able to seek the proper amount of monetary damages. We have handled numerous birth injury claims and have a long record of successful results winning monetary compensation for our valued clients.

Contact Us for a Case Evaluation
If your child has suffered due to shoulder dystocia or nerve damage resulting from birth complications, and you feel medical negligence played a role, we can help you explore your legal options. Please contact Jack Epstein today online or by telephone at 773-522-7000 or email Jack Epstein.

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