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June 2015 Archives

Cerebral Palsy Case Results In $100 Million Verdict

In Staten Island, New York, the family of a teen born with cerebral palsy resulting from a premature birth was awarded $100 million in a lawsuit filed against St. Vincent's Medical Center, the hospital where the teenager and her twin sister were born.

RISING NUMBER OF PRE-TERM BIRTHS, GENE LINKED TO CEREBRAL PALSY

A new study, presented in February 2014 at the Society for Maternal-Fetal Medicine's annual Pregnancy Meeting, shows that a variant in SERPINE1, a gene that plays a significant role in blood clotting and inflammation, is likely associated with cerebral palsy and death in early preterm babies.

CALIFORNIA BIRTH DELAY LAWSUIT ENDS IN $4 MILLION SETTLEMENT

In February 2014, a San Francisco medical malpractice lawsuit filed against Kaiser ended in a $4.1 million settlement in the woman's favor. The lawsuit alleged that several significant delays in the birth of her great grandson - of whom she is the legal guardian - caused the boy's epilepsy and spastic cerebral palsy.

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Scales Of Justice: A
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Attorney Jeffrey Goldberg commissioned this sculpture of the scales of justice to serve as a visual reminder of the firm's reason for being: to make sure that people who have been injured by the negligence of others are fairly represented and that they receive just compensation for their losses.

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