Doctors failed to monitor the mother days prior to delivery and determine that her membranes were in fact leaking. Rather than keeping the mother at the hospital for further management, she was discharged home and doctors did not rule out the onset of labor. There was a wide window of opportunity to prevent the baby’s brain damage days before delivery. The baby suffered severe bradycardia. A first-year resident mismanaged their mother’s care. A C-Section should have been performed hours earlier. The attending obstetrician did not arrive until after the baby’s birth. The baby suffered catastrophic injuries that have resulted in his diagnosis of Cerebral Palsy, epilepsy, global developmental delays, expressive language disorder, and cortical blindness.