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Indiana family wins Indianapolis medical malpractice case

Apr 17, 2008 | Medical Malpractice, Personal Injury, Stewart & Stewart

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April 17, 2008

A jury recently awarded an Indiana family $3.7 million for their Indianapolis medical malpractice lawsuit.

According to The Indianapolis Star, the family filed the Indianapolis medical malpractice case after their daughter was deprived of oxygen during her birth due to delays in the delivery. The family claims the Indianapolis medical malpractice accident caused their daughter to have cerebral palsy.

Although the family was awarded $3.7 million in the Indianapolis medical malpractice suit, Indiana medical malpractice cases are limited therefore; the amount of money awarded to the family will be adjusted.

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