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$4,000,000 Verdict in brachial plexus case Suffolk County, Massachusetts

Due to the estimated fetal weight and age of the mother a plan was made for induction. Upon being admitted for induction at 8:20 the mother was examined by the defendant doctor who noted contractions at 2-3 minutes. Also, that the mother was uncomfortable with the contractions. The defendant ordered an epidural for pain control. The fetal heart rate tracing was noted to be reassuring at that time. At 10:00 the resident evaluated Ms. Rivera’s progress and noted in the medical record that she seemed comfortable with the epidural. At

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Kenneth M. Levine is a retired attorney and an experienced legal consultant who advises trial attorneys nationwide in complex obstetrical brachial plexus birth injury cases.

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