Brachial Plexus / Shoulder Dystocia

Brachial plexus injuries usually occur in one of two ways. The first is the result of an accident, most commonly a motor vehicle or sports accident. The second is the result of a birth accident, which may involve medical malpractice. When an infant’s brachial plexus is injured during birth, the injury is frequently called “shoulder dystocia“.

If you have questions about brachial plexus and shoulder dystocia injuries, our team at Howie, Sacks & Henry can help. We have handled numerous cases involving shoulder injuries to adults, children and infants. We are trial lawyers who have helped accident and birth injury victims and their families for more than three decades.

To us you are not just a file – you are a life

At Howie, Sacks & Henry, we know successfully practicing law involves more than just having legal expertise. We also understand how serious injuries affect our clients and their families, and we do everything possible to help them get the best result. To us, you are not just a file  – you are a life.

Among the best in Canada

Since 2011, our peers have consistently voted for us as one of Canada’s top personal injury firms in Canadian Lawyer magazine’s annual rankings of the top personal injury boutiques in Canada.

Howie, Sacks & Henry LLP – Award – Canadian Lawyer Magazine