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If your child developed cerebral palsy due to the negligence or mistake of a doctor, you may wish to learn more about your right to pursue a cerebral palsy case. Cerebral palsy is a condition caused by brain damage occurring during fetal development, birth or infancy. While a specific cause may not always be identifiable, many cerebral palsy cases are preventable. A qualified cerebral palsy attorney can help determine if your child has a possible cerebral palsy case.
A cerebral palsy case can help you obtain monetary support if your child’s condition is the result of medical malpractice. When you place your trust in a medical professional during pregnancy and childbirth, there is a reasonable expectation that the doctor will provide you with the utmost care to protect you and your baby. If there is a breach in the standard of prenatal or birthing care, which you believe directly resulted in your child’s condition, a cerebral palsy case can help you recover the damages you have suffered.
Medical errors that may entitle you to a cerebral palsy case include:
· Any breach in quality of prenatal care including: failing to detect birth defects and other complications
· Failing to detect and handle delivery complications in a timely and safe manner
· Negligent birthing treatment including forceful use of any birthing instrument
· Mismanaged labor and delivery
· And more.
A cerebral palsy case may also be feasible in the event that a medical error or other brain injury accident occurring shortly after birth is responsible for your child’s condition.
How do I begin my cerebral palsy case?
It is important to start by contacting a cerebral palsy attorney. An attorney who is experienced in dealing with cases of this nature can effectively and compassionately handle your cerebral palsy case.
A successful cerebral palsy case can result in compensation for your many financial and personal losses accrued throughout your child’s illness. Damages for a cerebral palsy case may include past and future:
· Medical Expenses
· Loss of wages
· Loss of earning capacity
· Extraordinary costs for the special needs of your child
· Emotional distress
If your child has wrongfully suffered from the life-long effects of cerebral palsy, you deserve to be compensated for your losses. Please contact us today for a free consultation regarding your cerebral palsy case. We understand the hardships and suffering associated with cerebral palsy and are prepared to protect the best interests of your child and family.