A Brooklyn jury in a medical malpractice case awarded more than $26 million to a 7-year-old girl who was born deaf and who suffers from other health problems, issues that her attorney argued could have been mitigated with earlier monitoring of changes in her mother’s cervix.

After a monthlong trial, a jury of three men and three women awarded Danielle Madden-Buck and her daughter Aleigha Buck $4 million for past pain and suffering, $20 million for future pain and suffering and about $1.6 million for lost future wages.

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