Quoting momma of an angel:" We are gonna see if we can sue but its our word vs. Hers so idk but they said she should heal and she ... [snip!] ... with it but im in more pain then i should be and bout to go to the ER if it keeps up n then babygirl... ugh im mad and upset"
It's not necessarily about getting money just to get it, the rationale is that the money is to be used for extra care that your child may need in the future. My brother is permanently disabled due to a "birth accident", it was no accident though it was blatant malpractice. Anyway he got a crap ton of money, and he needs it. He has epilepsy, his meds cost 1k a month, he cannot walk he requires wheelchairs, he is legally blind, he also requires 24/7 care. I'm not saying this will happen to your LO, i'm just explaining what the intention of malpractice suits are.