Reiter & Walsh, P.C. wins a birth injury claim for $3.9 million. Attorneys at Reiter & Walsh sought compensatory damages for a child who suffers from birth trauma-related injuries. It was contended that the medical staff at the delivery hospital did not accurately distinguish between the fetal and maternal heart rates. Delivery could have occurred sooner if the staff had recognized that the baby's heart rate was dangerously low. Instead, the baby suffered from a lack of oxygen during delivery (hypoxic ischemic encephalopathy) and as a result now has mild cerebral palsy, along with cognitive, speech, and motor delays.
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