Hawaii Birth Injury Lawyers

SRB Hawaii Law provides birth injury ER (Early Resolution) services to our clients. ER is designed to provide you with the compensation you deserve and then ideally work with doctors, hospitals and insurance companies to provide them with free education so birth injury mistakes are not repeated. Our end goal is twofold—to provide a timely and successful resolution of your case and to promote positive change from the errors made to protect against future birth trauma.

The mission of SRB Birth Injury Law Firm is making things right and learning from mistakes. We all deserve the knowledge and experience of the past. Let’s do what’s right. It’s time!

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Stephen Brzezinski- Birth Injury Lawyer

I have had the opportunity and pleasure of representing health care providers across the United States for almost 30 years in medical malpractice and birth injury cases. I have also presented at national and local conferences over 70 times to help educate these professionals and promote patient safety to help prevent birth trauma through education. My birth trauma experience has granted me first-hand knowledge of the repercussions of human error. Medical malpractice and birth injuries occur when professionals make mistakes and errors in judgment resulting in harm. The mantra of many plaintiff attorneys is that the hospitals and insurance companies don’t care. However, in my experience that is not true. It takes a skillful, dedicated approach to identify negligence and then reach a successful outcome. I will work with you to obtain accountability and change.

Lectures and Presentations

Hawaii Obstetrics Symposium. “Talking the Talk in Obstetrics: How to Make a Safe OB Unit Even Safer;” “Don’t Fall into the Pit: Oxytocin, Inductions, and the ARRIVE Trial;” “Not too Quick: Not Quick Enough: Getting Cesarean Safety Just Right;” and “The OB and the ED.”
Honolulu, Hawaii and Kona, Hawaii, 2019
18th Annual Advanced Forum on Obstetric Malpractice Claims, “Selection and Preparation of Expert\Fact Witnesses for Testimony and the Implications of the ARRIVE Trial.”
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 2019
34th Annual Steamboat Perinatal Conference, “Lessons Learned: What is Preventable.”
Steamboat, Colorado, 2019
Perinatal Care & Birth of a Lawsuit Conference, Contemporary Forums, “Consent and Care: The Legal Perspective; “Offer and Disclosure Versus Deny and Defend;” Preparing to Testify in a Med-Mal Case;” and “Reptile Theory and Trial Strategy.”
Las Vegas, Nevada, 2018
25th Annual Spring Conference on High Risk Obstetrics for Symposia Medicus, "Shoulder Dystocia: Predicting, Managing, and Defending; Strategies to Advance Patient Care: Your Rules & Regulations& The Law; The Law & EFM: Where Is It Going?"
Los Cabos, Mexico, 2018
17th Annual Advanced Forum on Obstetrical Malpractice, “Preventing Category II Fetal Monitoring Strip Liability: Safeguarding Against Incorrect Reading and Responses.” Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 2018
CME Specialty Conference, "Lessons Learned From Medical Malpractice Cases: The Importance of Policies and Procedures."
Lihue, Hawaii, 2018

33rd Annual Steamboat Perinatal Conference, “Informed Consent: Do You Hear What I Hear?”

Steamboat Springs, Colorado, 2018
Grand Rounds, "The Interpretation of Uterine Activity on Fetal Heart Monitor Tracings,"
Austin, Texas, 2018
BETA Annual Member Symposium, “Shoulder Dystocia: A Legal Update.”
Huntington Beach, California, 2017
High Risk Obstetrics and Perinatal Summit, “Obstetric Communication Errors: Maternal Mortality and Morbidity, a Legal Perspective.”
Monterey, California 2017
16th Annual Advanced Forum on Obstetric Malpractice Claims, “In-House Claims and Risk Management Professionals Speak Out on Obstetric Malpractice Financial & Legal Decisions Evaluation and Settlement of Cases.”
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 2017
Claims Trends and Improving Patient Care, Litigation Strategies-An Update from the Defense, and Improving Patient Safety.” Kapiolani Medical Center for Women and Children and Queens Hospital.
Honolulu, Hawaii 2017
32nd Annual Steamboat Perinatal Conference, “Recent Trends in Obstetric Malpractice Claims.”
Steamboat, Colorado, 2017
Grand Rounds, “Improving Patient Engagement and Risk Minimization.”
Honolulu, Hawaii, 2017
Grand Rounds, “Complying with TJC and Case Law to Improve Patient/Physician Communication”
Honolulu, Hawaii, 2017
Grand Rounds, “Informed Consent”
Lihue, Hawaii, 2017
Grand Rounds, “Improving Health Literacy.”
Kamuela, Hawaii, 2017
Birth Injuries & the Law Conference Co-Chair and Presenter on topics of Shoulder Dystocia, Uterine Tachysystole, and Birth Injuries on Trial.
Las Vegas, Nevada, 2016
AWHONN National Convention, “Protocols and Guidelines in the Interpretation of Uterine Activity on FHR Patterns-Help or Hindrance?”
Grapevine, Texas, 2016
PeriGen Obstetrical/Neonatal Reception, “Short Stories of OB Nurse Malpractice and How They Might Have Been Avoided.”
Grapevine, Texas, 2016
Bioethics Committee Conference, “Advancing Patient Care in Pediatrics.”
Honolulu, Hawaii, 2016
CME Specialty Conferences, “The Reptile Theory and the Standard of Care.”
Honolulu, Hawaii, 2016
Risk Management Conference, “Strategies for Advancing Patient Care.”
Honolulu, Hawaii, 2016
Specialty Conference, “Changing the Landscape in Assessing Damages in Liability Cases.”
Honolulu, Hawaii, 2016
Medical Malpractice Damages Conference, “Defining Damages: Defining Medical Care Needs in Personal Injury Claims.”
New York, New York, 2016
31st Annual Steamboat Perinatal Conference, “Legal Pitfalls in Treating Cervical Insufficiency.”
Steamboat, Colorado, 2016
ASDA Annual Conference, “Affordable Care Act and Personal Injury Cases.”
Big Sky, Montana, 2016
Defining Damages: “Defining Medical Care Needs in Third Party Severity Bodily Injury Claims.”
New York, New York, 2015
Grand Rounds: “Policies/Procedures/Protocols and Safety Rules.”
Honolulu, Hawaii, 2014
Birth Trauma Seminar “The Economics of Cerebral Palsy.”

New York, New York 2014

29th Annual Perinatal Conference, “The Affordable Care Act and its impact on Birth Trauma Litigation.”
Steamboat Springs, Colorado, 2014
Grand Rounds: “The Evolution of Fetal Heart Rate Monitoring.”
Detroit, Michigan, 2014
Grand Rounds: “A Credentialing Exam for Fetal Heart Rate Monitoring.”
Detroit, Michigan, 2014
Grand Rounds: “Fetal Head Compression.”
Honolulu, Hawaii, 2013
Grand Rounds: “Fetal Intolerance of Labor.”
Lihue, Hawaii, 2013
“Category II Fetal Heart Rate Tracings, Complying with the Standard of Care.”
Okemos, Michigan, 2013
Grand Rounds: “Role of Cerclage and Progesterone Today.”
Detroit, Michigan, 2013
Grand Rounds: “Medical Legal Issues In OB/GYN.”
Los Angeles, California, 2012
Current Controversies in Maternal Fetal Medicine. “Fetal Head Compression.”
Mount Hood, Oregon, 2012
Annual Southern California Association for Healthcare Risk Management, “Intrauterine Ischemia from Head Compression In Utero, Fact or Fiction.”
Palm Springs, California, 2012
Grand Rounds: “Charting Errors to Avoid and Improve Patient Safety.”
Detroit, Michigan, 2012
Grand Rounds: “Increased Intracranial Pressure and the Reduction of Cerebral Blood Flow During Labor and Delivery.”
Detroit, Michigan, 2012
Grand Rounds: “Cervical Insufficiency Role of Ultrasound and Cerclage.”

Detroit, Michigan, 2012

Grand Rounds: “Identification of Hypoxia and the Significance of Tachysystole and Hypertonus.”
Detroit, Michigan, 2012
Grand Rounds: “Obstetrical Liability: Documentation and Obstetrical Management.”
Detroit, Michigan, 2012
BETA Healthcare Group. Lead the Way. “The Path to Perinatal Excellence.” “Hypoxic Fetal Heart Rate Patterns and Significance of Tachysystole/Hypertonus.”
San Francisco, California, 2012
OB/GYN Retreat, “Fetal Heart Rate Interpretation and Management based on ACOG Criteria.”
Novi, Michigan, 2011
25th Annual Perinatal Conference. “Obstetrical Malpractice for the Defense.” Steamboat Springs, Colorado, 2010
Grand Rounds: “Defending Shoulder Dystocia Cases.”
Novi, Michigan, 2009
Perinatal Conference, “Defending Birth Trauma Litigation: Placental Pathology/Head Imaging Films.”
Austin, Texas, 2008
Grand Rounds: “How Do Plaintiff’s Experts Find Fault in Cases of Shoulder Dystocia.”
Kansas City, Kansas, 2008
Grand Rounds: “Obstetrical Liability and Documentation.”
Detroit, Michigan, 2007
Grand Rounds: “Defending Shoulder Dystocia Cases.”
Detroit, Michigan, 2005
Grand Rounds: “Protecting the Labor and Delivery Record.”
Warren, Michigan, 2004

“Defense of Physician Assistants in Birth Trauma Litigation.”

Detroit, Michigan, 2002
Grand Rounds:“Medical Legal Consequences of Preterm Delivery.”
Garden City, Michigan, 2000
“Defending VBAC Deliveries.”
Garden City, Michigan, 1999
“Avoiding Nurse Charting Errors.
Garden City, Michigan, 1999
“Pitocin Augmentation Litigation”.
Garden City, Michigan, 1998
“The Interpretation of Fetal Heart Rate Tracings-A Defense Perspective.”
Detroit, Michigan, 1998
Grand Rounds:“Fetal Heart Rate Tracings-Cross Examination Mistakes to Avoid.”
Detroit, Michigan, 1998
Grand Rounds: “Interpretation of Fetal Heart Rate Tracings, Protecting the Record.”
Detroit, Michigan, 1998
“The Importance of OB Charting.”
Livonia, Michigan, 1997
Mock Cross Examination Video Presentation Regarding Retained Products of Conception.
Detroit, Michigan, 1997
Garden City Hospital, “Pitocin Induction, Hyperstimulation, and Shoulder Dystocia Litigation.”
Garden City, Michigan, 1997
Grand Rounds: “Management of Shoulder Dystocia.
Detroit, Michigan, 1997
“Obstetrical Charting, Drafting Comprehensive Notes.”
Detroit, Michigan, 1997
“Neonatal Charting and Protecting the Record.”
Detroit, Michigan, 1997

Current Trends in OB/GYN Litigation: The Pitfalls of Fetal Heart Rate Interpretation. Dearborn, Michigan, 1994


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