This case involves a first-time mother who experienced a traumatic delivery after her doctors failed to address her breech presentation before delivery. The patient had presented to her treating obstetrician late in her third trimester of pregnancy complaining of cramps. The doctor then performed a vaginal exam as well as an ultrasound, which revealed that the patient’s baby was in the breech position and that the patient was dilated by several centimeters. Nevertheless, the patient was not immediately admitted to the hospital, but rather sent home by her obstetrician. The patient was urgently taken back to the hospital the following morning, when it became clear that she was in labor. The patient experienced a traumatic vaginal delivery, during which she suffered significant injuries to her uterus as well as her perineum. It was later found that the infant also had Erb’s Palsy after suffering nerve damage during the delivery.