Information for Parents of Children with Cerebral Palsy

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Are you the parent of a child with a disability? Did you know that medical malpractice could be the cause?

Was your child's birth injury caused by nature or medical malpractice? We can investigate.

Our law firm concentrates on the litigation of birth injuries nationwide. With an OBGYN, labor/delivery nurse and other experienced medical and legal professionals representing your rights, the MEDLAW Legal Team offers families and children the resources and experience necessary to successfully litigate healthcare negligence claims.

Our medical malpractice attorneys focus on the representation of families whose children have developed a disability as a result of negligent medical care.

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If you are a parent of a child with cerebral palsy, you may not know the cause of their condition. Unfortunately, injuries during birth can too often result in cerebral palsy. Sometimes these injuries can be caused by a medical mistake or negligence on the part of the doctor, nurses, or hospital.

If you do not know the cause of your child's cerebral palsy, please consider submitting the below information for a FREE and confidential review. Our Physician/Attorneys will evaluate your information and contact you to discuss your situation.

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.
 
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ABOUT THE PERSON WITH CEREBRAL PALSY
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Has a medical diagnosis of CP been made?   Yes  No

If a medical diagnosis of cerebral palsy has been made,
how old was the individual at the time of diagnosis? 
      
In what state was the child born?

MEDICAL INFORMATION

Was the delivery of the child particularly difficult?
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Was the birth premature? Yes  No

Did the doctor declare 'fetal distress' during the delivery?
 
Yes  No

Do you believe medical errors occurred during labor?

What form of cerebral palsy has been diagnosed?

Please mark all conditions that apply:
Spastic Diplegia
Spastic Quadriplegia
Spastic Hemiplegia
Spastic Double Hemiplegia
Seizures / Epilepsy
Respiratory Difficulty
Vision, Speech, or Hearing Difficulties
Bone Abnormalities (Scoliosis)
Bowel or Bladder Problems
Learning Disabilities
Behavioral Problems
Other / Additional
 

Is full-time care required by either a parent or nurse?
Yes  No

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ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

Have you previously sought legal assistance regarding a possible medical malpractice claim? Yes  No


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