$3.5 Million for Michigan Twins with Cerebral Palsy and Mental Retardation Due to Failure to Provide Medication to Stop Early Labor
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Plaintiff was pregnant with twins. At about 27 weeks, she began spotting and went to the hospital. The exam showed no evidence of blood or contractions. The patient was released. Three days later she began having contractions and delivered twins. The plaintiff suffered placental abruption (the placenta detached from the uterus) and chronic maternal vessel disease, but was undiagnosed and untreated. As a result, the premature infants suffered cerebral palsy and mental retardation, one moderate and the other severe.