Birth Defects Caused by Medical Malpractice

Birth injuriesMedical negligence during prenatal care and childbirth can change a family forever. A medical practitioner’s poor foresight and preparation can trigger an avalanche of emotional and financial stress. Parents experiencing any condition that may result in a planned C-section or a possible difficult delivery should be aware of the following preventable birth defects.

Brachial Plexus Injury

The brachial plexus is a bundle of nerves that control movement from the shoulder down to the fingers. These nerves can be damaged if the doctor is not careful with the baby’s head and shoulders during a difficult delivery, causing paralysis to the arm. The two most common injuries are:

  • Erb’s palsy, affecting the upper area of the brachial nerves
  • Klumpke’s palsy, affecting the lower portion of the brachial nerves

Cerebral Palsy

Caused by lack of oxygen to the brain during the birthing process, Cerebral Palsy results in damage to varying parts of the brain. Consequential impairments include developmental disabilities, mental retardation, and partial or full paralysis of muscle groups. Tremors and muscle stiffness are common symptoms. Cerebral Palsy can result from situations including:

  • Undiagnosed infection, including toxoplasmosis and rubella
  • Improper prenatal care, including gestational diabetes
  • Poorly planned C-sections
  • Premature birth delivery and improper post-natal care

Brain Cooling

A procedure requiring proper training and attention by doctors, brain cooling reduces the temperature in the infant’s brain. This procedure encourages cell repair from hypoxic ischemic encephalopathy (HIE), a condition caused by oxygen deprivation. In some cases, brain cooling can actually halt damage from HIE. If the doctor is not fully familiar with or prepared for this procedure, unnecessary brain damage may occur.

Intrauterine Growth Retardation

Obstetricians are responsible for monitoring the weight and growth of the fetus throughout pregnancy. A diagnosis of intrauterine growth retardation means the baby’s weight is, for various reasons, at or below the tenth percentile for its gestational age. This condition may require induction for premature delivery. Obstetricians must carefully prepare accordingly to prevent unnecessary stress during labor and delivery that may lead to trauma.

Carey, Danis & Lowe – Medical Malpractice Attorneys

If your child has presented signs of developmental disabilities, he or she may be the victim of medical malpractice. Common disabilities caused by medical negligence or error can include delays in motor, verbal or social skills. These conditions should be taken seriously. Carey, Danis & Lowe represents victims of medical malpractice. We understand the emotional and financial toll that these complications can place on a family. To learn more, contact us today.

May is Motorcycle Safety Month

motorcycle accident lawyersNo motorist is more at risk for serious injury or death than a motorcyclist. They are the most vulnerable drivers on the road. However, the greatest risks to motorcycle riders are largely avoidable. One simple safety feature for bike riders is always to wear a helmet when riding. More than 80 percent of all fatal motorcycle accidents involve a rider who was not wearing a helmet. Yet only 19 states (and the District of Columbia) have a universal helmet law requiring all riders to wear a helmet. In honor of Motorcycle Safety Month, we would like to take this opportunity to remind all riders that enjoying the freedom of the open road can be done safely when you follow safe riding practices.

Sometimes, there is an unfair bias directed toward motorcycle riders. However, this bias is more than just unfair – it contributes to motorcycle accidents.  When other motorists perceive motorcycle riders as dangerous and disrespectful of road rules, this belief creates a sense of separateness between the two types of motorist. Car and truck drivers tend to pay more attention to other cars and trucks than motorcycles. This “inability” to see motorcycles is made even worse by the motorcycle’s inherently small size. When riding, always remember to leave ample distance between you and the vehicle in front of you. This is especially important when a vehicle is preparing to change lanes, stop at an intersection, or make a turn.

Drive Defensively

Driving any type of motor vehicle today comes with an increased risk when compared to previous years. This is predominantly because a significant number of today’s drivers are distracted by some form of technology. Whether texting, looking at a GPS, or talking on a cell phone, it is disturbingly common for drivers to divide their attention between the road and another task. Distracted driving significantly increases the risk of an accident, and when the accident involves a motorcycle rider, the fatality rate skyrockets. Motorcycles simply do not offer the protection of an enclosed car or truck.

Situations That Increase the Risk of Motorcycle Accidents

  • Excessive speed is present in the majority of motorcycle accidents
  • Lane splitting occurs when a motorcycle weaves in and out of two lanes of cars
  • Road hazards, including bad weather, potholes, and uneven pavement
  • DUI / DWI significantly increases the risk of death
  • Other vehicles making left-hand turns cause about 50 percent of motorcycle accidents

Educating the public on sharing the road with all motorists, motorcycles included, is essential to decreasing the risk of serious injury and death. By reducing the bias toward motorcyclists, utilizing safe riding practices, and always wearing a helmet, we can decrease the number of annual motorcycle accidents.

Carey, Danis & Lowe – St. Louis Motorcycle Accident Lawyers

At Carey, Danis & Lowe, we share your love of riding. We also understand the tendency for motorcycle riders to take the blame when an accident occurs. Our personal injury attorneys have years of experience representing motorcycle riders. We know how to position you for the best possible outcome. If you’ve been injured, we will fight to obtain the medical treatment and compensation you deserve. All motor vehicle accidents can take a physical, financial, and emotional toll. We can help. Call us today for a free consultation.

How Drugs Cause Birth Defects

Birth injuriesUnless medically necessary for the health and welfare of the mother or child, experts typically recommend that pregnant women not take any prescription or over-the-counter (OTC) medications. The reason is this: Studies show that as many as 10 percent of all birth defects are caused by medications taken during pregnancy.

If you are pregnant or may become pregnant and you have not spoken with your doctor about potential risks associated with your current medications, you should do so right away. While some prescription drugs and OTC medications may be fine to take during pregnancy, you should speak with your doctor to be sure about your specific regimen.

What are the risks presented by taking medications during pregnancy?

Prescription and OTC medications cause birth defects in three primary ways. When they cause defects, they are referred to as “teratogens.” Teratogens can result in impairments and abnormalities due to:

  •       Causing direct damage to the fetus
  •       Compromising the placenta
  •       Triggering forceful uterine contractions

Each of these has its own set of potential complications. Direct damage, for example, can cause abnormalities such as spinal defects, cleft palate, and intellectual disabilities. Compromising the placenta causes the fetus to receive a reduced supply of oxygen and nutrients. This commonly leads to underdevelopment, which is a risk factor for birth defects. Forceful contractions can cause injuries and premature birth – which also present developmental risks.

When are medications most dangerous?

Medications are most likely to cause birth defects between the third and eighth weeks following fertilization. This is the time when the baby’s organs and systems are developing, and teratogens can have a significant impact at this stage. After the first twelve weeks (the end of the first trimester), OTC and prescription drugs are less likely to cause significant defects. However, it is possible for certain medications to cause problems at any time during the pregnancy.

What if I’m pregnant and need medication?

If you are pregnant and need medication, your doctor may be able to prescribe drugs that are safer for you to take during pregnancy. For example, women with diabetes who take hypoglycemic medications may be switched to insulin – as the latter is less likely to interfere with your baby’s development. Likewise, penicillin is considered to be a relatively safe antibiotic for pregnant women, while other antibiotics are known to cause serious harm.

Your OB-GYN should ask what medications you are taking at your pre-pregnancy check-up or during you first pregnancy examination. However, it never hurts to be prepared, so consider bringing your medications with you to your appointment. If you visit another doctor while you are pregnant, be sure to let him or her know that you are expecting a baby before they prescribe any new medications. With proper medical care, birth defects due to medication errors can be easily avoided.

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How Defective Medical Devices Slip Past the FDA

defective medical deviceNot as many medical devices are approved by the FDA as you might think. While many people expect that all implantable medical devices are regulated by the federal government, the reality is that a significant number of these devices sidestep the FDA’s testing process.

Like any budget-conscious government agency, the FDA follows practices that allow it to focus its time and resources on what it views as the most high-risk activities within the scope of its oversight. One such practice is known as the 510(k) program. Unfortunately, the consequences are not always as intended.

FDA’s 510(k) Program Allows the Sale of Medical Devices without Clinical Testing

The 510(k) program allows medical device manufacturers to bypass the FDA’s clinical testing and review processes for any device that they can demonstrate is “substantially equivalent” to another device already on the market. The idea is that patients should not have to wait for government approval of a competitive product if a similar device has already passed FDA inspection.

In practice, however, some medical device manufacturers are using the 510(k) program to start selling devices that would otherwise fail to meet the FDA’s standards. In fact, 71 percent of medical devices cleared for sale under the 510(k) program over the five-year period from 2005 to 2009 have been recalled over safety issues.

Defective Medical Devices Cleared through the 510(k) Program

The following are examples of dangerous and defective medical devices that have made it to market through claims of substantial equivalency under the FDA’s 510(k) program:

DePuy Orthopaedics ASR and Pinnacle Devices

DePuy Orthopaedics (now known as DePuy Synthes) was well known for having devices cleared through the FDA’s 510(k) program. One such device, the Articular Surface Replacement (ASR) XL Acetabular system, caused complications for numerous patients and prompted a recall in 2010. Thousands of lawsuits followed.

DePuy’s Pinnacle hip replacement device was also widely known to cause problems, and brought another round of lawsuits in 2013.

Zimmer NexGen Knee Replacement Devices

Zimmer Holdings, another major medical device manufacturer, used the 510(k) process to get several of its NexGen knee replacement devices in the hands of doctors without comprehensive government testing. Over 68,000 patients received implants of devices that were later found to cause complications ranging from severe pain to bone fractures in the area surrounding the implant.

Stryker Rejuvenate and ABG II Hip Replacements

Perhaps the most well known example of dangerous devices clearing through the 510(k) process is the recent recall of Stryker Corp.’s Rejuvenate and ABG II hip replacement implants. Stryker settled claims relating to injuries caused by these devices for a record $1.4 billion in November 2014. Read more about the Stryker hip implant lawsuit settlement.

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Compensation for Medical Malpractice: What to Expect

medical malpracticeFor victims of medical malpractice, it is important to hold the responsible parties accountable for their actions. Medical malpractice can have life-long implications, and other patients may face similar fates if your situation is not brought to light. The best thing you can do is to tell someone what happened and seek compensation for your injuries and financial losses.

Damages Available to Victims of Medical Malpractice

The following are the main categories of damages typically available to victims of medical malpractice:

  • Medical Bills – Your compensation should include recovery for all of the medical expenses you have incurred as a result of the doctor’s nurse’s or medical facility’s malpractice.
  • Future Medical Expenses – You are also entitled to payment for the anticipated costs of any ongoing and future treatment necessitated by the medical error. This may include checkups, hospital visits, surgical procedures, rehabilitation therapy, and psychological treatment.
  • Prescription Costs – You can receive compensation for your prescription costs as well.
  • Lost Wages – If you missed time from work because you were in the hospital or because your injuries prevented you from doing your job, you are entitled to compensation for your lost wages.
  • Lost Earning Capacity – Many malpractice victims are unable to return to work even after recovering from their injuries. If you suffer lasting pain or mobility restrictions that prevent you from doing your job, you are entitled to recover what you would have made working if it weren’t for your injuries. This includes salary, health insurance, and other benefits.
  • Pain and Suffering – Damages are also available for the emotional toll of your injuries. If you have suffered from scarring or disfigurement, these may be compensable as well.
  • Loss of Enjoyment of Life or Loss of Companionship – You are also entitled to financial compensation for the restrictions placed on your life as a result of your injuries. If you are unable to enjoy spending time with your family or to be intimate with your spouse, these are losses that deserve to be compensated as much as possible.

Statutory Limits on Non-Economic Damages

Many states have imposed statutory caps on the amount of damages that malpractice victims can recover for pain and suffering, scarring and disfigurement, and loss of enjoyment and companionship (these injuries are known as “non-economic” damages because they are not directly tied to the victim’s financial losses). However, courts in some states –Illinois and Missouri included – have decided that these laws are invalid.

The Illinois Supreme Court held the state’s non-economic damages cap unconstitutional in 2010, and the Missouri Supreme Court held that a similar law capping non-economic damages in medical malpractice cases was unconstitutional in 2012.

However, in March 2015, the Missouri Senate passed a bill that would reinstitute the state’s cap on the damages available to victims of medical malpractice. If approved by the House of Representatives, the new statute will cap damages at $400,000, with an increase to $700,000 in cases involving catastrophic injuries.

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If you believe that you may be a victim of medical malpractice, the experienced attorneys at Carey, Danis & Lowe can evaluate your case. To schedule a free consultation, contact us online today.

April is Distracted Driving Awareness Month

Distracted Driving MonthThe National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) has dubbed April Distracted Driving Awareness Month. For the past several years, the NHTSA, state agencies, and schools have used Distracted Driving Awareness Month to draw special attention to the dangers that arise when drivers taking their eyes and minds off of the road.

The Dangers of Distracted Driving

The fight against distracted driving is an extremely important cause. Consider the following statistics:

  • Americans send over 153 billion text messages every month. During daylight hours, at any moment, 660,000 drivers are actively texting or doing something else on their mobile devices behind the wheel.
  • Distracted drivers killed over 3,300 people and injured an estimated 421,000 drivers and passengers in 2012. This represents an increase of more than 30,000 injuries as compared to 2011.
  • Numerous studies have found that hands-free cell phone use is just as dangerous as talking with a phone in your hand.
  • 20 percent of teens and 10 percent of adults surveyed admitted that they have extended, multi-text conversations while behind the wheel.
  • At 55 MPH, if you spend five seconds texting, you will have driven the length of an entire football field without looking at the road.

While teens are the most common offenders, no one is immune from distracted driving. Distractions take many forms besides texting and talking on the phone. Using a GPS device, eating and drinking, interacting with passengers, and tending to children in the back seat are all additional distractions that can lead to serious accidents.

What Can You Do to Curb Distracted Driving?

If you want to help mitigate the risks of driving, the NHTSA provides a number of suggestions and resources for getting involved. Of course, one of the most important things you can do is to pledge to yourself that you will not let distractions interfere with your driving. Consider these tips to help you avoid succumbing to distractions on the road:

  • Finish your texting conversations before you shift into drive. While you’re driving, switch your phone to silent and put it in a place where you won’t see its on-screen notifications.
  • Set your GPS directions and playlist before you go.
  • Unless it is an emergency, let your calls go to voicemail. If you absolutely must answer, consider pulling off in a safe spot on the side of the road.
  • Don’t eat or drink behind the wheel.
  • Make a conscious effort to maintain focus on your surroundings.

You can also get involved in pledge drives, social media campaigns, and other in-person and online outreach programs. For more information, visit the NHTSA’s website,

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Update on Stryker Hip Implant Lawsuit Settlement

product liability attorneyIndividuals who received Stryker Rejuvenate or Stryker ABG II hip implants were granted some extra time to register to participate in the record $1.4 billion settlement against the manufacturer. Following the extension of the deadline to March 16, victims of these defective devices have a last-minute chance to receive their share of the award.

About the Stryker Hip Implant Lawsuit
In June 2012, Stryker Corp. and its subsidiary, Howmedica Osteonics Corp. issued a recall for its Rejuvenate and ABG II hip replacement devices after it was discovered that the devices posed an unreasonable risk of failure. Due to issues with the devices’ metal-on-metal connections, they were prone to fretting and corrosion – resulting in serious injuries and medical complications for those who had undergone hip replacement surgery. Common problems included:

  •       Blood poisoning from chromium or cobalt being released into the bloodstream (known as Metallosis)
  •       Muscle, tissue, and bone deterioration
  •       Pain and swelling at the implant site

Ultimately, these problems required the defective devices to be removed in a follow-up surgical replacement procedure. The lawsuit covers individuals who received Stryker hip implants and had them removed prior to November 3, 2014.

Settlement Awards for Stryker Hip Implant Patients
The litigation was settled in November 2014 for a record $1.4 billion, with recipients of the defective implants who participated in the lawsuit receiving anywhere from $10,000 to $600,000 for their injuries. Most victims are expected to receive a base payment of $300,000, with individuals who suffered catastrophic injuries being eligible for an enhanced award.

The settlement agreement requires at least 95% of the 20,000 Stryker device recipients to participate in order for the $1.4 billion to be dispersed. If you did not register to participate by the deadline, you will need to file your own lawsuit in order to obtain financial damages for your injuries.

Legal Representation for Victims of Defective Medical Devices
While cutting-edge medical devices provide new opportunities for individuals to recover from debilitating illnesses and injuries, as the Stryker settlement demonstrates, they can also present serious risks. When manufacturers or the doctors who implant the devices make mistakes, those mistakes can leave patients worse off than they were before receiving the device. If you are suffering as a result of a defective medical device, you are entitled to compensation. At Carey, Danis & Lowe, we represent clients nationwide in fighting for the compensation they deserve.

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If you received a Stryker Rejuvenate or Stryker ABG II hip implant and do not yet have legal representation, we urge you to contact us right away. We can help you understand the Stryker settlement and what it means for you. Call us now at (877) 678-3400 or contact us online for a free, no-obligation consultation about your case.


Recap of Trucking Accident Blog Articles

trucking accident injury attorneyTrucking accidents often have serious consequences. Due to their size and complexity, trucks present extreme dangers when they are not driven safely. As a result, the trucking industry is heavily regulated, and truck drivers must have special qualifications before hitting the open road. Let’s take a look at some of the topics we’ve discussed about truck safety and trucking accidents.

Trucker Fatigue: Asleep at the Wheel
While truckers certainly aren’t the only people who are prone to falling asleep behind the wheel, they are at increased risk due to the sheer number of hours they spend on the road. This article reviews the federal regulations that restrict truckers’ driving hours and the penalties that drivers and their employers face if they break the rules. We also take a look at what it means for you when a trucking accident results from driver fatigue.

Are Trucking Companies Regulated by the Federal Government?
We have already answered this question in the affirmative, but this article takes a deeper look at some of the additional regulations that are designed to prevent unsafe trucking. It also discusses additional regulations that some states are imposing to keep their drivers safe.

Trucking Accidents in St. Louis: What Are the Common Causes?
Driver fatigue is a serious concern, but it is by no means the only cause of serious and fatal trucking accidents. Inattentiveness, aggressive driving, and driving under the influence are just a few of the causes we examine in this blog post. Beyond driver error, faulty and defective truck parts can also lead to accidents – and may bring multiple responsible parties into the fold.

Ninth Circuit Rejects Trucking Company’s Request to Overrule FMCSA Shutdown Order – Multistar Industries v. USDOT
For the court watchers out there, this article discusses an important case where a federal court refused to provide relief for a trucking company that had been shut down by the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA). The FMCSA shuttered the trucking company due to a host of safety concerns, including use of unlicensed drivers and improper transportation of hazardous materials. On appeal by the trucking company, the Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit sided with FMCSA – keeping this dangerous operator off the road.

Missouri Truck Accident Kills Amish Buggy Rider: A Tragic Example of Why Truck Crashes Are Not a “Fair Fight”
Coming full circle, this article uses a tragic real-life example to demonstrate just how much force is generated by the enormous size and weight of commercial trucks. We look at the facts involved in a fatal accident involving a truck and a horse-drawn buggy, and use some analogies to demonstrate the violent physical impact of a tractor-trailer collision.

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If you have been injured or lost a loved one in a trucking accident in Missouri or Illinois, we can help you fight for just compensation. To speak with one of our attorneys about your case, contact us online or call (877) 678-3400 today.


5 Most Common Types of 18-Wheeler Accidents

truck accident injury lawyerAccording to statistics from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, as many as one out of every ten fatal vehicle collisions involves a large truck or tractor-trailer. Driver errors are often to blame. However, even when driven properly, 18-wheelers present a greater danger to other drivers than standard vehicles. In this article, we’ll take a look at five common causes of 18-wheeler accidents.

Knowing What to Watch for to Avoid Truck Accidents

Equipment Defects, Malfunctions, and Failures
From defective parts coming right off of the assembly line to issues resulting in improper installation or maintenance, there are any number of ways that equipment problems can lead to 18-wheeler accidents. Faulty brakes, worn tires, tire retreads, engine problems, and transmission issues can all cause truck drivers to lose control.

Unsecured Cargo
18-wheelers often carry tons (literally) of cargo. To prevent this cargo from falling off the truck, the trucking company must be sure to secure it properly before the driver hits the road. Even minor errors and oversights can result in loose loads; and, especially at highway speeds, loose loads are prone to break free, littering the roadway. This can wreak havoc on the traffic situation and often leads to severe multi-car accidents.

Road Debris and Dangerous Road Conditions
Road debris, potholes, unpaved construction zones, and other dangerous road conditions are frequent culprits in 18-wheeler accidents as well. Between the choices of swerving to avoid the hazard or else driving through it, truck drivers are left with two options that are both less than ideal. In either scenario, the driver risks losing control and causing an accident.

Bad Weather
Bad weather is also a common cause of 18-wheeler accidents. Truckers and trucking companies often operate under tight deadlines, and weather conditions usually aren’t justification for a delayed shipment. Rain, snow, fog, and high winds can all create extremely dangerous conditions for 18-wheelers.

Driver Error
Of course, this list would not be complete without mentioning driver error. Many truck drivers get their commercial driver’s license, follow the rules, and pride themselves on maintaining an accident-free record. However, others don’t, and even safe drivers can make mistakes. Each of the following is a common example of driver errors that can lead to a serious or fatal collision:

  •       Drowsy driving and falling asleep behind the wheel
  •       Speeding (including driving too fast for the road conditions)
  •       Aggressive driving
  •       Changing lanes or turning into a vehicle in the driver’s blind spot
  •       Failure to maintain control after a swerve
  •       Driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs

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How to Prepare for Your Free Consultation at Carey, Danis & Lowe

personal injury lawyerAt Carey, Danis & Lowe, we offer free initial consultations to individuals who have suffered injuries in car crashes and other accidents, or as a result of medical malpractice. The initial consultation is a chance for us to learn about you and for you to learn about us. To get the most out of our meeting, there are a handful of things you can do in advance to prepare.

Things to Do before Meeting Your Personal Injury Lawyer for the First Time

1. Do Not Stress Out
The first thing you can do is take a deep breath. We know that meeting with an attorney for the first time can seem like an intimidating experience. However, the reality is that what you’re preparing for is just a conversation. We are there to listen, answer your questions, and let you know how we can help you.

In fact, we’re the ones who should be nervous. We want you to choose us as your legal representation, but you are free to go with whichever law firm you choose. Our goal is for you to leave the consultation feeling confident that you can rely on us to successfully handle your case.

2. Do Your Research on Local Personal Injury Law Firms
To that end, you should research Carey, Danis & Lowe and other local law firms prior to our initial meeting. Browse our website, read our blog, and compare us to our competition. When we meet, feel free to ask us any questions you may have about our services or what sets us apart from other law firms.

3. Bring Any Documents that Might Potentially Be Relevant to Your Case
Be sure to bring with you anything and everything that you think might be relevant to your case. The more, the better. If we don’t need it, we can set it aside, but it’s better to have everything available so that we can fully assess your situation and evaluate your potential claims.

4. Think about What Questions You Have
Finally, many clients find it useful to come to the initial consultation with a list of questions about what happens after the consultation is over. We will be sharing a lot of information with you, but if you have specific questions, we will be more than happy to answer them. No question is too big or too small. This is your case, after all, so we want you to feel fully informed and engaged from start to finish.

Speak with a Missouri or Illinois Personal Injury Lawyer about Your Case

Of course, don’t feel like you have to be completely organized before you come in. If you’ve been injured in an accident or as a result of medical malpractice, we want to hear from you. If you can be fully prepared for your initial consultation, that’s great. If not, don’t worry. We will walk you through everything we need to get started and make sure you feel comfortable every step of the way.

To schedule your free, no-obligation consultation with Carey, Danis & Lowe, call us at (877) 678-3400 or contact us online today.