Cerebral Palsy Information
Cerebral palsy is a disability which describes disorders of movement control and muscle coordination. It is caused by an injury to the brain suffered before, during or immediately after the child’s birth.
In some cases, cerebral palsy could be caused by a medical mistake made by the doctor, hospital or nurse at the time of delivery. In those cases, where the birth injury could have been prevented with the exercise of appropriate medical care, financial compensation may be available for the child.
The cerebral palsy lawyers at Saiontz & Kirk, P.A. represent families throughout the United States who are pursuing a lawsuit to secure financial compensation and benefits for a child who was injured at birth as a result of a medical mistake. A number of cerebral palsy legal resources are provided on this site to assist parents and families learn about this condition and determine whether they may have a claim.
To speak with an attorney in further detail to review the circumstances surrounding your child’s diagnosis, request a free consultation and case evaluation.
CEREBRAL PALSY RESOURCES
- Causes of Cerebral Palsy
- Cerebral Palsy Symptoms
- Types of Cerebral Palsy
(Spastic – Athetoid – Ataxic – Mixed)
- Diagnosis of Cerebral Palsy
- Cerebral Palsy Treatment Options
- Medical Mistakes Resulting in Cerebral Palsy
CEREBRAL PALSY LAWSUIT EVALUATION
If your child or a family member has been diagnosed with cerebral palsy and you suspect that it may have been caused by a mistake made at the time of birth, the cerebral palsy lawyers at Saiontz & Kirk, P.A. can review the circumstances surrounding the birth to determine if the child may be entitled to compensation.
Thousands of potential cerebral palsy lawsuits have been reviewed and investigated for parents of children with cerebral palsy who suspected the disability was caused by negligence or mistakes made by doctors during child birth. Millions of dollars in cerebral palsy settlement benefits have been collected by our clients, and there are no fees or expenses unless a recovery is obtained.
Every legal claim has a deadline which requires that a lawsuit be filed or settled before a certain date. It is important to review any potential birth injury lawsuit as soon as possible, astime may be running out on your child’s right to pursue financial compensation.