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Pennsylvania Cerebral Palsy Lawyer Representing Victims of Medical Negligence

If your child has suffered a birth injury that leads to a cerebral palsy diagnosis, you may have legal options. A Pennsylvania cerebral palsy lawyer can help you understand the brain injury your child has suffered if it was due to the negligence of a medical professional and your options for filing a birth injury case.

Cerebral Palsy Lawsuits For Birth Injury Victims

You may be unsure if your child has suffered medical malpractice that had led to a diagnosis of cerebral palsy. You may be left with many questions including:

  • Can I Sue For Cerebral Palsy?
  • What is the Statute of Limitations for Filing a Cerebral Palsy Lawsuit?
  • What Is a Cerebral Palsy Lawyer?

Let our experienced cerebral palsy attorneys fight for your rights as a victim of a birth injury. Contact our local office for a free consultation today.

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Hiring a Lawyer for Cerebral Palsy Caused By Malpractice

Our team of cerebral palsy lawyers knows that no amount of money can change the diagnosis for your child, but that compensation can provide the best medical treatment and care as your child grows up.

Cerebral palsy is caused by brain damage at or before birth, and while it doesn't progress as your child gets older, there can be some serious complications. Not all cases of cerebral palsy are caused by medical malpractice. Any time your baby has insufficient oxygen, or oxygen deprivation throughout the pregnancy may lead to brain damage.

Babies with cerebral palsy typically show the signs by the time they are 18 months old. This may manifest in developmental delays or a delay in motor skills. Early signs may also include a delay in rolling, crawling, smiling, and unusually low muscle tone or rigidity of muscles.

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Causes of Cerebral Palsy

Medical negligence can lead to your child being diagnosed with cerebral palsy. Some examples of medical malpractice that can result in a birth injury and cerebral palsy include:

  • Failure to properly monitor the baby's heart rate
  • Failure to notice or address fetal distress
  • Failure to order an emergency C-section
  • Treat maternal infections failure
  • Improper vacuum extraction
  • Improper use of forceps
  • Failure to address prolapsed umbilical cord

Failure of the medical professionals during the labor and delivery process that limit the infant's oxygen supply can lead to brain damage which may result in cerebral palsy. It is important for professionals to be attentive during the pregnancy and birthing process to avoid missing signs of fetal distress, hypoxia, and other birth injuries.

While cerebral palsy is not curable, it does not worsen over time. Often treatment aimed to improve your child's quality of life is designed to increase strength. This can include speech therapy, physical therapy, and occupational therapies.

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Frequently Asked Questions Around Cerebral Palsy and Medical Malpractice

Our medical malpractice and cerebral palsy attorneys have answered some of the most common questions surrounding filing a lawsuit for a birth injury case resulting in a cerebral paly diagnosis. If you have other questions, do not hesitate to call today for a free consultation and to speak directly with an experienced attorney.

Can You Sue For Cerebral Palsy?

Yes, it is possible to sue for cerebral palsy if there was medical negligence or a medical mistake during pregnancy or childbirth. Cerebral palsy sufferers cannot always blame a doctor as not all cases are due to the negligence of the doctor or medical staff. It is important in a cerebral palsy or medical malpractice case to establish negligence.

How Long Do you have to Sue For Cerebral Palsy?

There are statutes of limitations in filing a medical malpractice case. Typically, this is set to two years from the time of the birth injury. In many cases, patients or parents of a child diagnosed with cerebral palsy do not realize that doctors have made a mistake that lead to severe brain damage.

It is important to contact experienced cerebral palsy lawyers as soon as you suspect malpractice. Call today for a free consultation to learn more about the specifics relating to your child's condition.

What Is A CP Lawyer?

A cerebral palsy lawyer is an experienced medical malpractice lawyer who can help navigate the laws and lawsuit process. This may include pulling medical records, investigating doctors and medical facilities, and obtaining a certificate of merit.

Without an experienced attorney fighting for you, it may be difficult to stand up to the defendants and secure compensation to help your child now and in the future. Our Pennsylvania birth injury attorneys work with you to build an attorney-client relationship that lasts for years for future assistance with setting up trusts or even if you are denied benefits or services for special education treatments.

Lawyers who are not experienced in medical malpractice may not know how to uncover mistakes made by the medical professionals or gather the proper expert witnesses, and the chances of winning a birth injury case are lower.

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How Much Compensation Can A Cerebral Palsy Lawsuit Award?

Compensation can vary across medical malpractice cases. The compensation can cover treatments, therapies, and ongoing care your child may need. By speaking directly to one of our birth injury lawyers, you can have a better understanding of the different results birth injury cases can have.

Compensation may depend on many factors including:

  • Past and future medical costs
  • Home accommodation reimbursement
  • Special education costs
  • Rehabilitation and therapy expenses
  • Lost wages if a parent can no longer work
  • Physical pain and emotional suffering

Are There Different Types of Cerebral Palsy?

Yes, there are different kinds of cerebral palsy that your child can be diagnosed with. The most common type of CP is Spastic Cerebral Palsy which affects the muscles causing them to be contracted and stiff. Athetoid Cerebral Palsy involves slow, often uncontrolled movements in the affected areas. This can also affect speech and movement within the mouth. Ataxic Cerebral Palsy is one of the rarest forms of CP which affects balance and depth perception. It is possible for your baby to have mixed characteristics from each of the three main types of cerebral palsy.

Contact An Experienced Attorney For Your Child's Cerebral Palsy

At Justice Guardians, our attorneys are experienced in filing medical malpractice claims for birth injuries, including cerebral palsy lawsuits. We work with you to determine the cause of your child's cerebral palsy to determine if a lawsuit is the next step for you. Contact us today for your free initial consultation. Our law firm works on a contingency-fee-basis which means that we don't get paid unless we secure compensation for you.

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1067 Mansion Lane
Garnet Valley, PA 19060
VG7G+PF Garnet Valley, Pennsylvania
Phone: (610) 549-4218
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630 Fairview Rd #104
Swarthmore, PA 19081
VJRW+GX Swarthmore, Pennsylvania
Phone: (484) 229-7624
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495 Thomas Jones Way #304-C
Exton, PA 19341
28FW+6M Exton, Pennsylvania
Phone: (484) 214-4985
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1142 Hamilton St #102
Allentown, PA 18102
HGX9+QF Allentown, Pennsylvania
Phone: (610) 596-9369
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3301 Ryan Ave
Philadelphia, PA 19136
2XR4+4R Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Phone: (267) 332-1769
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3400 Aramingo Ave
Philadelphia, PA 19134
XVRX+XF Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Phone: (267) 277-2890
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352 Church Ln
Philadelphia, PA 19144
2RQM+45 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Phone: (445) 200-5285
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5327 Walnut St #201
Philadelphia, PA 19139
XQ5C+2H Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Phone: (267) 313-5200
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8232 West Chester Pike #101
Upper Darby, PA 19082
XP89+6Q Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Phone: (610) 596-1069
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6720 Old York Rd #102
Philadelphia, PA 19126
3V45+8Q Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Phone: (267) 930-6969
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107 E Main St #309
Norristown, PA 19401
4M75+F6 Norristown, Pennsylvania
Phone: (610) 596-8007
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7708 City Ave #208-A
Philadelphia, PA 19151
XPGG+VM Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Phone: (484) 414-7404
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2 Industrial Blvd #210-B
Paoli, PA 19301
2GV2+8Q Paoli, Pennsylvania
Phone: (484) 214-5070
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100 Presidential Blvd #104
Bala Cynwd, PA 19004
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Phone: (610) 424-2007
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105 Westtown Rd #A
West Chester, PA 19382
XC75+PR West Chester, Pennsylvania
Phone: (484) 261-8700
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661 Bristol Pike #101
Bensalem, PA 19020
328F+26 Bensalem, Pennsylvania
Phone: (267) 293-5585
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817 Linden St #103
Bethlehem, PA 18018
JJGH+6P Bethlehem, Pennsylvania
Phone: (610) 403-9675
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3501 Masons Mill Rd #501-B
Hatboro, PA 19040
5W5F+92 Hatboro, Pennsylvania
Phone: (267) 376-3820
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815 Greenwood Ave #22-A
Jenkintown, PA 19046
3VWG+24 Jenkintown, Pennsylvania
Phone: (814) 305-9007
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15260 Kutztown Rd
Kutztown, PA 19530
G6HP+94 Kutztown, Pennsylvania
Phone: (610) 465-1080
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940 Town Center Dr Suite F- 50B
Langhorne, PA 19047
54QC+CX Langhorne, Pennsylvania
Phone: (267) 329-0702
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3545 Rhoads Ave #103
Newtown Square, PA 19073
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Phone: (267) 360-6269
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925 E High St #101
Pottstown, PA 19464
69V9+MR Pottstown, Pennsylvania
Phone: (267) 308-4988
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400 Washington St #307
Reading, PA 19601
83PC+J8 Reading, Pennsylvania
Phone: (610) 589-0900
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1515 Market St suite 825-A
Philadelphia, PA 19102

Phone: (215) 974-6376
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1000 Integrity Dr #100A
Pittsburgh, PA 15235
F55G+94 Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Phone: (412) 467-6900
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300 Mt Lebanon Blvd Suite 2220
Pittsburgh, PA 15234
Phone: (412) 541-4300
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