Klumpke’s palsy is more commonly known as Klumpke’s paralysis and is sometimes referred to as Dejerine-Klumpke palsy. The condition refers to a variety of paralysis caused by injury to the lower roots of the brachial plexus, a network of spinal nerves that extend from the back of the neck, through the armpit, and supply the nerves of the arm. If your child has suffered an injury that resulted in Klumpke’s palsy, you will want to discuss your legal options with a dedicated Naperville injury lawyer. Our highly-experienced and compassionate legal team will evaluate your case without charge or obligation. Contact Shea Law Group.