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If you have concerns that your child’s cerebral palsy, Erb’s Palsy (Brachial Plexus Palsy) or birth injury have been a result of a medical mistake, you deserve answers. We can help you start the process of understanding what happened, who should be held accountable, and pursuing financial compensation through the legal system.
Understanding a lawsuit can seem like a daunting process. Our experienced and knowledgeable staff is here to help your family navigate your legal options.
During your initial phone call, a nurse case manager will discuss the medical care and treatment that the mother and child received, and gather the information necessary for our legal team to conduct a preliminary review of your potential claim.
You will be asked about the details of the mother’s pregnancy, delivery, and the condition of the child at the time of delivery and shortly thereafter. Some examples of questions that may be asked during this first consultation:
If the child has already been diagnosed with a birth injury like cerebral palsy, then our nurse case managers may ask more specific questions such as:
This free consultation with a nurse case manager is the first step in helping you get answers to what wrong and who should be held responsible. Hear more about the cerebral palsy legal process from our legal nurse Kathy McGinn.
If you believe your child's cerebral palsy may have been caused by negligent medical care, one of our cerebral palsy lawyers may be able to help. We have over 30 years of experience representing families like yours in cerebral palsy cases resulting from substandard care. Our team of skilled legal nurse will listen to your concerns and help get your questions answered.
Learn how to navigate your child’s future with cerebral palsy and understand your legal options.
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