Like Markell, Ryan, and Walter, Marissa Pochron is a very special child. She, too, is an extraordinary survivor. The malpractice committed against sweet Marissa occurred both before and after birth. The obstetrician should have delivered Marissa via Caesarian section and sooner. When Marissa was born severely depressed, hypoxic, and hypoglycemic, the hospital staff and nurses should have—but did not—properly resuscitate and treat her. The nursing staff even ignored orders from the neonatologist, leading to further harm. Marissa suffers from brain damage, cerebral palsy, and spastic quadriplegia. The jury found the hospital and the obstetrician liable for $17 million. This was the largest verdict in an obstetrical/neonatal malpractice case in the history of West Virginia.