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Are you the parent of a child with a disability? Did you know that medical malpractice could be the cause?

Was your child's birth injury caused by nature or medical malpractice? We can investigate.

Our law firm concentrates on the litigation of birth injuries nationwide. With an OBGYN, labor/delivery nurse and other experienced medical and legal professionals representing your rights, the MEDLAW Legal Team offers families and children the resources and experience necessary to successfully litigate healthcare negligence claims.

Our medical malpractice attorneys focus on the representation of families whose children have developed a disability as a result of negligent medical care.

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Westport 'Warrior' John Huminski Dies at Age 63
 

By: Frances Moore


"On Tuesday, Westport resident John Huminski, who for years was a source of inspiration to so many in the community, slipped away unobtrusively. The man whose quiet influence touched so many lives for so many years died at Norwalk Hospital after a 63-year battle with cerebral palsy.


Despite being diagnosed with cerebral palsy at birth, Huminski's main ambition early on in life was to be a topnotch athlete. During his time at Norwalk High School, he participated in softball, swimming, basketball and track. He was not wheelchair-bound until he reached his 20s, but even that did not stop him from being a committed athlete. In 1977, Huminski completed his first road race, a 20K race around New Haven. At the peak of his athletic career, he was spending about seven hours a week weightlifting, seven hours a week swimming and averaging 30 miles each week on his rowcycle, training for road races.


Huminski set records as a US Masters swimmer, and competed in the Marine Corps Marathon from 1987 until 1992. He also competed on an international level in world games in Holland and Denmark, where he won medals in swimming and weightlifting. In fact, various reports indicate that Huminski completed almost all of the sports programs sponsored by the United States Cerebral Palsy Athletic Association programs, though Westporters might remember him better as a fierce competitor in the Westport Triathlon.
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