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Miami Shoulder Dystocia Attorney

Florida Delivery Room Errors Lawyer

Often, during the delivery process, the infant’s shoulder can get caught behind the mother’s pubic bone. When this happens, doctors must take very specific steps to avoid potentially serious injury to both the child and the mother. Unfortunately, all too often, medical professionals don’t exercise the reasonable standard of care established within the profession, resulting in nerve and other types of injury.

At the law offices of Alan Goldfarb, P.A., we have decades of experience representing families with children who suffer shoulder dystocia because of medical malpractice. Attorney Goldfarb has dedicated his practice exclusively to personal injury for more than 50 years. We combine meticulous preparation with aggressive advocacy, helping you get full and fair compensation for all your losses.

For an appointment, contact our offices or call us at 305-371-3111 (toll free at 866-936-9761). Your first meeting is without cost or obligation.

Miami Birth Injury Attorney

Shoulder dystocia injuries are generally avoidable if medical professionals take reasonable steps to identify and address the problem. A properly trained physician should be able to recognize factors that increase the risk of shoulder dystocia, such as extremely large infants and overweight mothers, and take a number of steps to remedy the problem, including C-section delivery.

We handle all matters related to shoulder dystocia injuries, helping you identify the full extent of injuries and what you will need to meet the needs of your child. We handle all types of claims related to shoulder dystocia, from minor nerve damage to paralysis.

Contact Our Offices

We provide a free initial consultation to anyone with a shoulder dystocia claim. Contact us or call us at 305-371-3111 (toll free at 866-936-9761) for an appointment. We will represent you on a contingency basis, only charging fees if we recover compensation for your injuries.

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