Oregon Cerebral Palsy Lawyers
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Better understand issues surrounding one cause of CP – oxygen deprivation during labor, which can lead to brain injury.
Our firm has successfully represented clients in Oregon, with court approval. In fact, we have successfully represented clients in a majority of states, winning record-breaking verdicts and settlements.
Parents have consulted us when they have suspected that their child’s Cerebral Palsy was caused by medical negligence. Negligence that causes Cerebral Palsy typically takes place during pregnancy, childbirth or the first years of life. Parents and guardians have learned that they can rely on our team because of the extensive medical and legal expertise of our members as well as our record of success.
Our medical expert consultants, our in-house OB-GYN and other in-house medical professionals as well as our attorneys have the capability to uncover medical negligence. They also have the capacity to determine whether your child’s brain injury and Cerebral Palsy were caused by any such negligence – whether it was on the part of a doctor, a nurse or unsafe hospital practices.
Our Cerebral Palsy lawyers are highly respected and acclaimed nationally. When we represent clients in jurisdictions where our attorneys are not already licensed, such as Oregon, we do so in conjunction with local counsel and with the permission of court. No additional legal fees are charged when we utilize the services of local counsel.
Our Cerebral Palsy Lawyers look forward to assisting families in need in Oregon, and nationwide.
Teen with cerebral palsy gets Cinderella wish granted - Standard-Examiner - Fri, 27 Mar 2015
Wear green Wednesday and support cerebral palsy awareness - whnt.com - Tue, 24 Mar 2015
Oakwood turns green for Alex and Cerebral Palsy Awareness - Clarkston News - Fri, 27 Mar 2015
Runner With Cerebral Palsy Out To Prove She Can Still Compete - CBS Local - Mon, 23 Mar 2015
Running for Cerebral Palsy Awareness - WKYT - Sat, 28 Mar 2015
Howard A. Janet
Kenneth M. Suggs
Giles H. Manley, M.D., J. D., F.A.C.O.G.,
|The largest medical malpractice jury verdict ever won in the District of Columbia - for a child who suffered brain damage and cerebral palsy because her doctors failed to properly diagnose and respond to an airway obstruction.||$24 Million|
|The largest birth injury verdict ever in Minnesota on behalf of a child who suffered brain damage and developed cerebral palsy as a result of mismanagement of labor and delivery.||$15.5 Million||Read Case Summary|
|Jury awards largest verdict in Iowa in a birth injury case.||$13.5 Million||Read Case Summary|
|Jury verdict for a child who suffers from cerebral palsy and mental retardation due to a failure to respond to signs and symptoms of a uterine rupture.||$10.8 Million|
|Jury awards record verdict for child's cerebral palsy caused by brain injury sustained during birth.||$9.3 Million||Read Case Summary|
|Recovery for a child who suffered cerebral palsy because of a mismanaged labor and delivery.||$6 Million|
|Jury awards compensation to family for cerebral palsy injuries suffered at birth following doctor's failure to perform a timely delivery.||$3.7 Million||Read Case Summary|
Compensation cannot undo a wrong, but it can provide support for families struggling with medical expenses and future cost of living concerns, and can help provide peace of mind.
Click here to learn how you can benefit from having a team of experienced lawyers and professionals fighting for you as a team that consists of attorneys with combined experience of more than 110 years in medical malpractice negligence (including 2 nurse lawyers), an on-staff board certified OB-GYN physician, and nurse paralegals (including a former labor and delivery room nurse).
Our initial consultation is free and we are dedicated to recovering substantial damages for our clients who have suffered due to medical malpractice. Contact Us for immediate legal assistance, or complete our free online case evaluation form.
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"After all the information came out, I was bitter. But eventually I put it in my heart to forgive. It's not about the money, but it helps a lot, because brain injury causes a lot of problems that you don't know about early on."
"The saddest moment came when Ken told us that if Lizzy had been born any time between when I came in at 7 a.m. until 10 p.m., she would be fine. The doctor had misread the fetal monitoring strips. She had made a mistake."
- Teen with cerebral palsy gets Cinderella wish granted
- Antibiotic used in pregnancy linked to risk of epilepsy and cerebral palsy
- Wear green Wednesday and support cerebral palsy awareness
- Oakwood turns green for Alex and Cerebral Palsy Awareness
- Runner With Cerebral Palsy Out To Prove She Can Still Compete