Paralysis Injury Lawyer

Call To Start Your Free Case Review: 800-392-4529

Paralysis Injury Lawyer

Call To Start Your Free Case Review: 800-392-4529


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If your baby was born paralyzed, it could be because of medical malpractice. Some newborns with paralysis suffer from a congenital disorder that caused their disability, while others are the victims of birth injury. A baby may be born with paraplegia or quadriplegia for different reasons, such as delivering a newborn using forceps or a vacuum extractor with too much force. You may have a claim for medical malpractice if your baby was born paralyzed.

If you suspect that improper steps were taken during the birth of your child, Our Pittsburgh birth injury attorneys at Pribanic & Pribanic, LLC are here to help you seek justice. We represent children and families across Pennsylvania. Contact us today or call 800-392-4529 for a free case evaluation.


Causes of infant paralysis vary. The most common causes and conditions include:

  • Spinal cord injury:

    During childbirth, your baby can suffer from a spinal cord injury. This may result from the obstetrician using excessive force as the baby is leaving the birth canal with birth-assisting tools. Other instances of spinal cord injuries in newborns occur when the obstetrician uses incorrect rotational stress on the baby’s trunk.

  • Nerve damage:

    If nerves are damaged in the shoulder, neck, or arms, it can result in infant paralysis. Examples of nerve injuries include brachial plexus injuries, Erb’s palsy, Klumpke’s palsy, facial paralysis, and diaphragm paralysis.

  • Missed infections:

    Mothers who experience an infection during pregnancy can easily pass it along to their unborn child. Infections such as syphilis can lead to injuries such as developmental challenges or paralysis.

  • Cerebral palsy:

    This group of neurological disorders affects muscle coordination and body movement, which may either be caused by congenital defects or brain damage during birth. Cerebral palsy may cause paraplegia (paralysis below the waist) or quadriplegia (affecting every limb).


Becoming a parent should be a joyous time in life, not a tragic time making you wonder what the future will hold. We understand the pain and suffering you are experiencing and are here to help you hold the responsible party accountable through financial compensation. If you suspect your newborn acquired paralysis due to medical negligence, you can pursue a medical malpractice case with the help of our birth injury lawyers. With over 100 years of combined experience, we have successfully recovered billions of dollars in compensation for obstetrical malpractice patients.


Call us today at 800-392-4529  for a free case evaluation. We are here to listen to your side of the story.

“We are ready to hear your story and offer our guidance. Schedule a free consultation with our paralysis attorneys in Pittsburgh by calling 800-392-4529.”


★★★★★”~ Denise Perry


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If your child was injured at birth, call our birth injury lawyers at 800-392-4529



If your child was diagnosed with a medical condition and you believe malpractice may be its cause, call 800-392-4529. We offer a free consultation to review your unique case.



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