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25 Facts About Shoulder Dystocia

25 Facts About Shoulder Dystocia

At Sommers Roth & Elmaleh in Toronto, we have been helping families affected by medical errors, including the failure to diagnose serious medical conditions, for more than 40 years. We are extremely technically proficient and very knowledgeable about Canada’s medical system and how it interacts with the law. We have an excellent record of obtaining substantial financial compensation for our clients and are well-regarded and respected as leaders in the field.

In addition to being passionate advocates for our clients’ rights, we are equally passionate about educating our clients and regularly provide them with the resources they need to better understand what may have happened to their child, and what they can do to move forward.

This week, we look at 25 facts about shoulder dystocia, including factors that may help predict it, how to properly address it during delivery, and what legal recourse parents can have if it is not.

At Sommers, Roth & Elmaleh, our goal is to protect the rights of children and parents whose lives have been impacted by shoulder dystocia resulting from the medical team failing to properly prepare in situations where it is more likely, or failing to follow the steps that can help to facilitate the birth without injury. Over the years, our lawyers have won some of the largest medical malpractice awards in Canadian history for our clients. We offer contingency fee agreements. Call us at 1-844-777-7372 or contact us online for a free consultation.

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