Gershon, Willoughby, and Getz

Gershon, Willoughby, Getz & Smith LLC Announces Legal Representation Is Available for Erb's Palsy Medical Malpractice Cases


Baltimore, MD -- (SBWIRE) -- 05/02/2017 -- Gershon, Willoughby, Getz & Smith LLC, a group of birth defect attorneys based in Maryland, are now representing cases involving Erb's Palsy. This team of medical doctors turned lawyers knows how to investigate and interpret medical records to determine if the patient's condition was due to medical negligence or merely unfortunate circumstances. Parents of children suffering from Erb's Palsy should look no further than Gershon, Willoughby, Getz & Smith, to prove that compensation should be awarded.

During the length of her pregnancy, a mother should continue to have regular checkups to ensure the baby is growing at an appropriate rate. If the baby's weight is not monitored, this could cause numerous problems at the time of birth. This is exactly how an Erb's Palsy lawsuit develops.

Gershon, Willoughby, Getz & Smith wants parents to know if their doctor failed to document their baby's health and weight during pregnancy, thus causing complications at delivery, it could be a potential lawsuit for Erb's Palsy. A lawyer at the firm will gather information for the case, send a complaint to the defendant, then start building evidence on the child's injury.

Erb's Palsy is entirely preventable, and no child should have to suffer the damaging effects it has on the affected arm. In some cases, if not treated, infants can lose sensation and sustain permanent nerve damage. Parents of children with a possible case of Erb's Palsy should contact the birth trauma attorneys at Gershon, Willoughby, Getz & Smith today to get the justice they deserve. For a free legal consultation, please visit their website

About Gershon, Willoughby, Getz & Smith, LLC
GWGS is a nationally recognized medical malpractice and cerebral palsy law firm, which includes doctor-lawyers who represent birth injured children in Maryland, the District of Columbia and throughout the United States on a pro hoc vice basis (with permission of the court).

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