A girl from Merseyside whose arm was paralysed during childbirth has been awarded a six-figure payout.
Natalia Lees, 11, has Erb's Palsy which is caused by the arm's main nerves being ripped from the spinal cord.
During the birth at University Hospital Aintree her shoulders were lodged above her mother's pelvis and nerve damage was caused as she was pulled out.
Liverpool Women's NHS Foundation Trust has accepted full responsibility and paid out an undisclosed amount.
The trust apologised to Natalia, and her family, and paid the settlement after the family won a battle at the High Court in November.
Natalia's mother, Karen Lees, was also injured during labour.
Shortly after giving birth to Natalia, who weighed 8lb 7oz (3.8kg), she was rushed into theatre having lost a large amount of blood…