Filing a cerebral palsy lawsuit is the best way to take legal action and pursue financial compensation to help pay for your child's treatment. Our experienced legal team can help you determine the best course of action to help you begin the legal process.
Cerebral Palsy Lawsuit
Families of children who suffer from cerebral palsy are looking for answers. They want to know what went wrong and if their child's injury could have been prevented.
Our experienced and knowledgeable cerebral palsy law firm may be able to help provide them with answers, what steps to take next, and how to take legal action to potentially ease some of the burdens associated with caring for a disabled child.
Filing a lawsuit can help your family access life-changing compensation to help pay for your child's cerebral palsy treatment.
Cerebral palsy cases are often linked to medical malpractice. Cerebral palsy lawsuits can bring a sense of justice by holding medical professionals responsible for their negligent care.
How to Begin Your Cerebral Palsy Lawsuit
To determine whether you have a strong case, our team will gather the information necessary for our cerebral palsy lawyers to conduct a preliminary review of the potential claim.
The first step in the cerebral palsy lawsuit process is to reach out to our case managers. During the initial phone call, a nurse case manager will discuss the medical care and treatment that the mother and child received. Our team will then ask questions that are important in making your case as strong as possible.
Questions About Pregnancy and Delivery
The conversation covers details of the mother’s pregnancy, delivery, and the condition of the baby at the time of delivery and shortly thereafter.
Some examples of questions that may be asked during this first consultation:
- When did the mother begin prenatal care?
- Did the mother deliver at term?
- Was the baby breathing on their own upon delivery?
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Questions About Diagnosed Injuries and Treatments
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:
- When was the baby’s birth injury diagnosed?
- What diagnostic tests were performed and what were the results?
- What other surgeries and therapies the child has had thus far?
Getting a Free Cerebral Palsy Lawsuit Case Review
This free consultation with a nurse case manager is the first step in the cerebral palsy lawsuit process. Our team will begin to answer to what went wrong and who should be held responsible.
If you believe your child’s cerebral palsy may have been caused by negligent medical care, one of our lawyers may be able to help. We have more than 40 years of experience representing families like yours. We can help fight for the compensation you deserve to plan for your child’s future and will serve as your advocate through the legal process.
Call Sokolove Law today at (800) 995-1212 or start a free legal case review now.