Saturday, 15 of December of 2018

Cerebral Palsy Victim Wins $144M Award in Michigan Malpractice Lawsuit

The costs of lifelong care for children who suffer birth injuries can be crippling.

By Shapiro, Lewis, Appleton and Favaloro, Birth Injury Attorney in Virginia

In his latest post to our firm’s Virginia Brain/Head Injury Lawyers blog site, my colleague Jim Lewis reports that a teen whose total paralysis and cerebral palsy were caused by her birth doctor’s has won a medical malpractice lawsuit and will receive $144 million. Jim notes that the costs of lifelong care for children who suffer birth injuries can be crippling. To read more, click over to “$144M Awarded to Teenager Whose Cerebral Palsy Was Caused by Birth Doctor’s Negligence.”


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