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Protecting the Most Innocent Patients


Birth injuries are an especially tragic example of medical malpractice. These situations can have far-reaching implications, affecting entire families for a lifetime. Many of our clients are unsure whether a medical provider is responsible for their child's injury and hesitate to pursue legal action. Our experienced firm can determine whether you have a case while you concentrate on healing and recovery. 

Cerebral Palsy


The innocence of a child makes preventable birth injuries some of the most devastating cases we handle. If the cause of your child's cerebral palsy can be attributed to malpractice, we can help you pursue the compensation you need and deserve. 

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Shoulder Dystocia


If your newborn has suffered from shoulder dystocia at birth, we can help you determine whether it could have been prevented. Norm Younker works closely with a pediatric neurosurgeon who can analyze the injury with a specialist’s eye.

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Fetal Distress


There have been cases of malpractice revealing that the monitor was not properly attached (or attached at all), or that the signs of fetal distress were not recognized. Typically, malpractice cases must be filed within two years. However Utah law extends that deadline for children to age 20. 

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Erb's Palsy


Erb's palsy is a type of birth injury that can require extensive treatment or surgery, and in some cases, the baby may lose the use of an arm. Norm Younker has helped many families impacted by Erb's palsy seek financial reimbursement and compensation. 

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They were extremely knowledgeable, extremely helpful experts. The team helped me with all aspects of my case, including medical and financial, and understood that it affected more than me but also my family.

- Jill S.

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