This case involves a 7-month-old male patient whose right leg was not moving with the same range of motion as the left. He was admitted for a workup, but X-rays and a skeletal survey came back negative. Although the nurse noted that the infant wasn’t moving his right leg with the appropriate intensity or range of motion, the infant was discharged without a diagnosis. The infant continued to experience issues moving his leg for 3 months before he was eventually referred for further investigation. Additional testing diagnosed the infant with a paraspinal tumor which was found to be a neuroblastoma. Because the tumor had compromised the infant’s nervous supply to the legs, he was rendered permanently paralyzed. An expert in pediatric care was sought to opine on whether there was a lapse in the standard of care for this infant.