Cerebral Palsy/Erb’s Palsy

Giving birth to a child is a joyful but delicate event. Things can potentially go wrong at any time, which is why most people in Hawaii choose to deliver their babies in the hospital. But if the doctors, nurses and other medical staff fail to do their jobs properly, the infant can become severely disabled.

Located in Honolulu, Hawaii, the law office of Turbin Chu Heidt Attorneys at Law represents the parents of children born with cerebral palsy and Erb’s palsy as the result of medical malpractice. Children born with one of these conditions usually face years of medical bills and rehabilitation but may be disabled for life due to a preventable error by a health care provider.

If your child was diagnosed with cerebral palsy or Erb’s palsy following medical errors during delivery, contact us for a free initial consultation!

Because your child may need in-home care and the assistance of medical equipment for life, the cost of raising him or her may be far beyond what your family can afford. Before accepting an inadequate settlement offer from the insurance company, talk to one of our medical malpractice attorneys. Our firm has represented parents in birth injury cases for more than 35 years. We will carefully evaluate the evidence and advise you on the best course of action to obtain the compensation to which your family is entitled.

$10 million — Compensation for a client whose child suffered oxygen deprivation in utero and developed cerebral palsy.

Our medical malpractice lawyers have litigated several of the most severe birth injury cases to occur in Hawaii. We will use all the tools at our disposal to obtain the level of compensation your family needs to care for your child.

Give Your Family Peace Of Mind. Free Initial Consultations.

Call 808-528-4000 to schedule a free case review. You owe nothing until we are successful.

Case Results


Birth injury Medical malpractice case for newborn’s disabilities.

Case Results


Prison Medical Malpractice Failure to treat and diagnose an infection causing multiple organ failure and blood circulation. Such required both legs and both hands to be amputated.


Car accident Auto collision case (details are confidential).


Brain injury Failure to timely treat headaches resulted in brain injury, memory loss and ability to ambulate.


Medical malpractice Death from a Maui medical facility’s delayed treatment of heart attack symptoms.