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$1.7 Million For Nerve Damage Following Baby’s Birth

Hospital responsible for mother’s nerve damage due to negligent anti-nausea injection

The Post-Standard reports a New York state Supreme Court jury has awarded a home-care nurse almost $1.7 million for permanent nerve damage following her baby’s birth three years ago.

The lawsuit was filed against Community General Hospital after the hospital administered an intramuscular injection in an attempt to stop the woman’s vomiting following the birth of her third child. The suit claimed the injection was given too low causing damage to the woman’s sciatic nerve.

The 34-year-old mother now suffers from lower back pain and is unable to sit or stand for any length of time and has other physical problems as a result of the nerve damage.  Although she still works as a home health care nurse, her doctors believe her condition will become worse.

Our attorneys at Munley, Munley, & Cartwright are experienced in medical malpractice lawsuits and will evaluate your case thoroughly and explore all potential sources of recovery – we fight to protect the rights of patients.  If you or a loved one has been harmed by medical negligence, you may have a medical malpractice claim. Contact us now at 1-800-318-LAW1 or submit an online free Medical Malpractice Claim Evaluation.

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