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What is Erb’s Palsy?


Erb’s Palsy, also known as brachial plexus palsy, is a condition characterised by weakness or paralysis of the arm. It results from injury to the brachial plexus, a bundle of five large nerves that run from the spinal cord in the neck, under the collarbone, and down through the arms. These nerves play a crucial role in arm movement and sensation.

The injury to the nerves can range from:
• Avulsion – where the nerves are pulled from the spinal cord.
• Rupture – where the nerves are torn apart.
• Neuroma – where a growth can form on the nerve.
• Neurapraxia - where the nerve is simply “bruised”.

How can Tozers help?

Remember that each case is unique, and seeking legal advice is essential if you suspect medical negligence led to Erb’s Palsy in your child. Consult with our specialist team of lawyers to explore your options and understand your rights.

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