Obtain a Free Consultation with a Cerebral Palsy Attorney
When a doctor, hospital or nurse fails to follow the proper standards of medical care during the delivery of a baby, the child could suffer a brain injury resulting in cerebral palsy. This could lead to substantial medical expenses and limit the child’s ability to fully function independently for the rest of their life.
If you suspect that your child or a family member may have been injured at birth by a medical mistake that could have been prevented, the cerebral palsy lawyers at Saiontz & Kirk, P.A. can help determine if the child may be entitled to compensation through a medical malpractice case. Request a free and confidential consultation.
CEREBRAL PALSY CASES REVIEWED NATIONWIDE
The cerebral palsy lawyers at Saiontz & Kirk, P.A. have investigated and reviewed claims for parents of children with cerebral palsy throughout the United States. Millions of dollars in cerebral palsy settlement benefits have been collected by our clients to provide compensation for a birth injury that was caused by a medical mistake.
Cerebral palsy can result from an injury to the baby’s brain that is suffered before, during or immediately after birth. In many cases, the disabilty could have been prevented with the exercise of reasonable medical care.
Free consultations and claim evaluations are provided to help families determine whether their child may be entitled to financial compensation for a cerebral palsy birth injury.
After request a free and confidential consultation, one of our lawyers for cerebral palsy claims will review the circumstances surrounding the pregnancy and delivery to help determine whether your family may be eligible to pursue a case.
NO ATTORNEY FEES OR EXPENSES UNLESS WE OBTAIN A RECOVERY FOR YOUR CHILD’S CEREBRAL PALSY INJURY
All cases are pursued by our law firm under a contingency fee agreement. This means that there are never any out-of-pocket expenses for a cerebral palsy lawyer to represent your family, and we only receive an attorney fee after we are successful obtaining financial compensation for the child. If we do not win the case, there are no fees or expenses.
The benefits and compensation pursued by our medical malpractice lawyers can help children with cerebral palsy obtain the treatment and care they will need for the rest of their life.
There is a statute of limitations for ever cerebral palsy case, which requires that the claim be filed in court by a certain date. The deadlines depend on a number of circumstances and vary by state. Since time may be running out on your child’s ability to pursue a case, contact a lawyer about any cerebral palsy claim as soon as possible.