Evan achieved a fair resolution in this matter, and assured that this young child would receive the medical attention and therapies she requires for the balance of her lifetime.
New York, NY (PRWEB) June 11, 2012
Medical malpractice attorney Evan Goldberg of Trolman, Glaser & Lichtman in New York City recently secured a recovery of $2.65 million for a baby born with brain damage as a result of obstetrical mismanagement (see index #350306/2009 Bronx County, New York.).
During her pregnancy, the baby’s mother experienced hypertension and diabetic health concerns, but her physicians failed to properly monitor those conditions. During labor it became apparent that the baby was not receiving enough oxygen, but the physicians chose not to perform a caesarian section (C-section) as most doctors would under the circumstances. As result, the baby was deprived of oxygen, born with brain damage and later diagnosed with autism.
The defense claimed that the physicians followed proper procedures before and during the birth. Additionally, they questioned the cause of the child’s developmental delays, claiming that the subsequent diagnosis of autism could not be linked to oxygen deprivation at birth.
Having previously published on that issue in 2003, Combating the Developmental Delay Defense for Children, Mr. Goldberg was well able to counter the defense’s arguments and obtained compensation for the disabled child and her family.
“Evan achieved a fair resolution in this matter, and assured that this young child would receive the medical attention and therapies she requires for the balance of her lifetime,” said managing partner Jeff Lichtman, of Trolman, Glaser &Lichtman, P.C.
Attorney Evan Goldberg is a director of the New York State Trial Lawyers Association and was previously elected as chair of the trial lawyers section of the New York State Bar Association (NYSBA). He currently serves in the NYSBA’s House of Delegates. He actively lobbies for victims’ rights legislation, frequently speaks at legal events and has written several legal publications. Mr. Goldberg was recognized in 2011 as a Super Lawyer for New York’s Metro Edition, and was recently notified that he has been selected for inclusion as a Super Lawyer in 2012, as well.
The birth injury lawyers at Trolman, Glaser & Lichtman, along with their team of experienced support staff, have represented thousands of injured New Yorkers over the past 40 years and obtained more than $1 billion in settlements and verdicts for their clients. In addition to general personal injury matters, the firm handles medical malpractice cases, including those involving birth injuries, doctor malpractice, failure to diagnose, surgical errors, and injuries from defective medical devices and dangerous drugs.
To contact Evan Goldberg or any of the medical malpractice attorneys at Trolman, Glaser & Lichtman, visit the firm’s website at http://www.tglmedicalmalpractice.com or call 800-407-7190.