Erbs palsy negligence news

 

Erb's palsy - making a successful medical negligence claim

Erb’s palsy (also known as brachial plexus paralysis or palsy) is a medical condition in which nerve damage to the brachial plexus nerves causes paralysis or weakness of the arm. It usually occurs during childbirth when a baby’s shoulder...

Supporting clients with Erb's palsy using assistive technology

Erb’s palsy following brachial plexus injury at birth can cause lifelong disability, restricting day-to-day activities in a way that is both challenging and frustrating. At Boyes Turner, we are often able to help our clients with Erb’s palsy...

60 seconds with a medical negligence lawyer

Over the following year we will be sharing a series of question and answer articles about our day-to-day lives in the medical negligence team. This week, it’s Rachel Makore's turn, a solicitor in the team. Rachel qualified in April 2016 and...

Brachial plexus injury - £55,000 compensation claim

During labour (in hospital) the obstetric registrar monitoring the birth process noticed a clear loss of fetal movement of the unborn child. As the labour developed, an epidural was administered and a syntocinon infusion commenced. Later an examination...

The service was personal, professional and considered. I was treated so kindly and in the end I knew that not only had I found the right organisation but also the right person.

Boyes Turner client

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