Did Your Child Suffer A Brachial Plexus Injury?

Brachial Plexus Injury Attorneys in Minnesota

Fighting for Your Child’s Lifelong Care

If your child suffered a brachial plexus injury during labor or delivery, the Minnesota birth injury attorneys at Janet, Janet & Suggs are here for you. We represent families across the U.S. who have suffered the ill-effects of obstetrical malpractice, fighting for fair compensation to cover medical expenses, surgery, physical therapy, medication, and ongoing care for children with brachial plexus injuries and other serious forms of birth trauma.

Our attorneys have been handling complex birth injury claims for over three decades. In this time, we have recovered numerous record-breaking settlements for our clients. In all, we have recovered hundreds of millions of dollars for victims of birth injuries. Our team includes former doctors and nurses who can use their medical knowledge to help us provide more effective legal counsel. We even have a board-certified OB-GYN on our team of attorneys who has personally delivered thousands of newborns. We have the resources, training, and knowledge to handle your brachial plexus injury claim.

For a confidential and free consultation, call (651) 243-2972.
We have offices in Minneapolis and St. Paul and represent clients across Minnesota and the entire U.S.

The Consequences of Brachial Plexus Injuries

The brachial plexus is a group of nerves that originates in the spinal cord and extends down through the shoulder, into the arm, and to the hands and fingers. It can become damaged during labor or delivery if a baby’s head or shoulders are stretched or twisted in an unnatural or forceful manner.

A brachial plexus injury may have serious consequences, including:

  • Loss of sensation and muscle control.
  • Erb’s palsy, which is characterized by loss of motion around the shoulder and elbow.
  • Klumpke’s palsy, characterized by loss of motion in the wrist and hand.

Different factors will influence the severity and type of symptoms associated with brachial plexus injury, including the pattern of nerve damage, its severity, and whether the nerves were torn completely away from the spinal cord. Treatment will also vary depending on the type and severity of nerve damage. Surgery and physical therapy may help improve function, and assistive devices may help a child with a brachial plexus injury lead a more normal life.

Make sure your child receives the best treatment, for as long as is needed. Contact a Minnesota brachial plexus injury lawyer at (651) 243-2972 and pursue maximum compensation.

Our Victories

Our team has been fighting for justice for over 30 years and we have recovered over $1 billion on behalf of our clients.
  • $33.5 Million Delayed C-Section
  • $24 Million Failure To Diagnose
  • $15.5 Million Mismanaged Labor & Delivery
  • $15 Million Delayed Delivery
  • $13.5 Million Fetal Monitoring Errors
  • $10.8 Million Failure To Respond To Uterine Rupture
  • $9.5 Million Failure To Treat Infection
  • $9.3 Million Birth Injury
  • $9 Million Sonogram Misinterpretation
  • $8.25 Million Airway Obstruction
  • International Society of Barristers
  • Best Lawyers in America
  • American Board of Trial Advocates
  • AV Preeminent
  • Super Lawyers
  • Best Law Firms 2017

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