Klumpke's Palsy Attorney
What Is Klumpke's Palsy?
Klumpke's palsy is a type of brachial plexus palsy in which the lower nerves of the brachial plexus are injured causing paralysis of the muscles of the hand and forearm. In Klumpke's palsy, the nerve roots at C8 (eighth cervical vertebrae) and T1 (first thoracic vertebrae) are injured.
When a child has suffered an injury related to prenatal care, labor or delivery, it is understandable for the parents to have questions about the injury, their legal rights and the legal rights of the child. We welcome the opportunity to talk with you about what has happened to your child and about your legal rights. Consultations are free – there is no obligation, so please call and talk with one of our attorneys. Contact us at (214) 974-4121 if we can help you.