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Stillborn delivery leads to 375,000 settlement

A stillborn baby was delivered allegedly because a caesarian section was not performed in time. The defendant claims that the woman was twice offered a C-section when the fetal rate started to decelerate but the offers were declined. The ensuing case was settled for $375,000.

Source: summary of medical news story as reported by Virginia Medical Law Report

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About: Stillborn delivery leads to 375,000 settlement

Date: September 2004

Source: Virginia Medical Law Report

URL: http://www.vamedicallaw.com/archives/pdf/mlrva/mlrva200409.pdf

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