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Cerebral Palsy Verdicts and Settlements
Examples of Our Affiliated Attorneys' Work
In one of the largest medical malpractice verdicts ever, a jury awarded $103,000,000 to the family of a baby who suffered extensive brain damage, which resulted from medical mistakes made during the delivery.
A jury awarded $100,000,000 in a medical malpractice case to a baby who —as a result of negligent medical care—suffered a severe brain injury, which required doctors to amputate part of her arm. While other law firms evaluated and rejected this child's case, our firm was able to understand the facts and provided expert witnesses to support the family's medical negligence claims.
A verdict of $90,939,857 was awarded to the family of a baby who developed cerebral palsy as a result of an obstetrician's failure to diagnose placental abruption and order a prompt cesarean section. The fetus was not getting enough oxygen, which led to severe brain damage.
$55,000,000 was awarded to a child who suffered life-long brain damage caused by medical mistakes. The young boy's doctor ordered a surgery to correct his abnormal aorta. However, the wrong operation was performed, resulting in severe brain injury.
In the largest medical malpractice jury verdict in the state of Massachusetts, a baby was awarded $40,000,000 in compensation after suffering severe brain damage due to medical negligence.
A $37,000,000 verdict provided monetary compensation to the family of a baby who experienced serious, life-long brain damage caused by the negligence and wrongdoing of two doctors. The baby was born prematurely as a result of obstetrical negligence. After birth, another doctor wrongly inserted a breathing tube into the child's esophagus rather then the airway, leading to prolonged oxygen deprivation, which caused brain damage.
The family of a child who suffered serious brain damage, resulting in cerebral palsy and loss of vision as a result of medical malpractice was awarded $36,500,000 to pay for life-long care of the child.