Georgia Cerebral Palsy Lawyer

At Sokolove Law, our cerebral palsy lawyers in Georgia have spent over 45 years helping families pursue compensation for their child’s injury. We’ve secured over $905 Million from birth injury claims nationwide.

If your child’s condition was caused by medical malpractice, you may be able to file a CP lawsuit against the hospital or doctor responsible for their injury. Contact us now for a free case review.

Why Choose Sokolove Law as Your Georgia Cerebral Palsy Law Firm?

Children with cerebral palsy face a lifetime of ongoing medical care. Treatments for cerebral palsy can add up to nearly $1 Million over the years, according to the Centers for Disease and Control Prevention (CDC).

At Sokolove Law, our Georgia cerebral palsy lawyers understand the physical, emotional, and financial impacts of a CP diagnosis — and we have the resources necessary to fight for compensation on your child’s behalf.

Learn how Sokolove Law stands out from other law firms:

  • Over 45 Years of Experience: Since 1979, we’ve fought on behalf of clients injured through no fault of their own.
  • A Track Record of Success: We’ve secured more than $905 Million for those impacted by birth injuries like cerebral palsy, helping families nationwide pay for treatment costs and other expenses.
  • Registered Nurses on Staff: Speak with our experienced labor and delivery nurses to better understand the potential cause of your child’s injury.
  • No Financial Risks: Our cerebral palsy attorneys in Georgia charge no hourly fees or out-of-pocket costs. We only get paid if we secure compensation for you.

If you believe a health care provider’s mistake may be to blame for your child’s condition, call (800) 995-1212 now. Our Georgia cerebral palsy lawyers are here to support you and your family.

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Common Causes of Cerebral Palsy in Georgia

Many cerebral palsy cases are caused by medical malpractice or negligence, which occurs when a health care professional does not meet the standard of care expected from them.

These errors can take place before, during, or shortly after a child’s birth and cause serious injuries.

Medical errors that may result in cerebral palsy include:

  • Failing to order a C-section for a difficult delivery, which may cause the child to become stuck in the birth canal for an extended period of time
  • Neglecting to set up a delivery room in a timely manner, which can delay necessary care
  • Not recognizing or treating jaundice, which can allow bilirubin to build up in the baby’s blood and cause brain damage
  • Using forceps or vacuum extractors improperly, which can result in various injuries to the child

These errors may lead to brain injuries, lack of oxygen or blood flow to the brain, and kernicterus, all of which are common causes of cerebral palsy.

“My daughter arrived unresponsive, with severe bruising and swelling on the back of her head. Thankfully, Sokolove Law fought for justice and the best care for my child. The compensation they secured for my daughter has been life-changing.”
– New York City Mother & Firm Client

We have registered nurses on staff with decades of labor and delivery experience who can help determine if malpractice played a role in your child’s injury.

If birth injury malpractice was involved, your family may be entitled to compensation on your child’s behalf.

Call (800) 995-1212 now to find out if you may qualify. It costs nothing to speak with our team and get answers to your questions.

How to File a Georgia Cerebral Palsy Lawsuit

As a national birth injury law firm, Sokolove Law has worked with thousands of families across the country to help them pursue justice, compensation, and accountability for their child’s injury.

If you have a case, our Georgia cerebral palsy lawyers will handle every step of the legal process for you, so you can focus on your child’s well-being.

1. Contact Sokolove Law

At Sokolove Law, we provide free case reviews to determine if you may be eligible to take legal action and pursue cerebral palsy compensation for your child.

We’ll ask you a few questions about the birth of your child to find out if medical malpractice may have caused them to develop cerebral palsy.

2. We’ll Find the Evidence of Negligence

We have a team of registered nurses on staff that can help you make sense of what may have happened to your child.

Our Georgia cerebral palsy lawyers will gather medical documents, witness testimony, and other evidence to show that malpractice or negligence was involved.

3. We’ll File Your Georgia Cerebral Palsy Claim

Your attorney will file your cerebral palsy lawsuit within the state deadline known as the statute of limitations.

Once these deadlines pass, you won’t be able to file a claim for your child’s injury. Don’t miss out on the money you deserve.

Call our team at (800) 995-1212 as soon as possible in order to ensure that your claim is filed on time.

4. We’ll Negotiate Cerebral Palsy Settlements on Your Behalf

Our team will negotiate a Georgia cerebral palsy settlement with the defendants, which may be the hospital, medical professionals responsible for your child’s birth injury, or their insurance company.

The majority of cases end in a settlement, which means you may not have to step foot in court to receive compensation. 

If a settlement is unable to be reached, our cerebral palsy lawyers are prepared to present your case in trial and fight for a verdict on your behalf.

Our Past Georgia Cerebral Palsy Settlements

At Sokolove Law, we’ve secured over $905 Million for families affected by birth injuries like cerebral palsy.

Some of our past Georgia cerebral palsy settlements and verdicts include:

  • $2.85 Million for a family in Macon
  • $2.5 Million for a Thomson family
  • $1.95 Million to a child with cerebral palsy in Bremen
  • $1.75 Million for Jesup child who developed CP from undetected jaundice
  • $1 Million for a family in Georgia

Cerebral palsy settlement amounts are based on a variety of factors, including the severity of your child’s injury and the role medical negligence played in their injury.

“My baby had to stay in the NICU. Now, she is almost 3 and isn’t developing like other kids. Sokolove Law helped us fight for justice and get the money we needed to give our child special care and treatments. I can’t thank Sokolove Law enough."
– Mother in Massachusetts & Firm Client

Compensation from a Georgia CP lawsuit can help to ease the financial burden of continued medical costs and other expenses.

While there’s never a guarantee of compensation, we’ll fight hard to get you everything you’re entitled to.

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Our Georgia cerebral palsy attorneys will put their decades of experience to work for you. Let us get you the money you deserve.

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Let Our Georgia Cerebral Palsy Attorneys Fight for Your Family

For over 45 years, Sokolove Law has helped victims of preventable injuries pursue justice and compensation — including Georgia families affected by cerebral palsy.

Our team of cerebral palsy lawyers has the skills and experience necessary to hold those responsible for your child’s injury accountable. We’ll strive to get you the most compensation possible from your birth injury lawsuit.

We’ve secured more than $905 Million for families impacted by birth injuries like cerebral palsy.

Let us get you the money you deserve. Call (800) 995-1212 now or fill out our contact form for a free legal case review.

Our Georgia Office Location

10 Glenlake Parkway Northeast, Suite 130
Atlanta, GA 30328

Cerebral Palsy Attorney in Georgia FAQs

Can cerebral palsy be caused by malpractice?

Yes. Doctors and other health care professionals may make a mistake during a child’s delivery that can cause an injury that leads to cerebral palsy.

If you think your child’s condition was caused by malpractice, contact our team now. You may be eligible for compensation we can pursue on your behalf.

What is a Georgia CP lawyer?

A cerebral palsy lawyer in Georgia helps families impacted by CP file lawsuits against negligence medical professionals who may be responsible for an injury that caused the child’s condition.

Georgia CP lawyers can fight for compensation that may help pay for medical expenses, adaptive equipment, and more.

Who can sue for cerebral palsy in Georgia?

You may be able to file a Georgia cerebral palsy lawsuit if:

  • Your child has cerebral palsy
  • Their condition was caused by a birth injury
  • The injury was preventable and a medical professional is to blame

We have registered nurses on staff who can listen to your story and help you determine if a medical professional may be at fault for your child’s injury.

Call (800) 995-1212 now for free help determining your eligibility to sue for cerebral palsy.

How does medical malpractice cause cerebral palsy?

Approximately 85% of cerebral palsy cases involve brain damage that happens before or during the child’s birth — often by a doctor or medical team’s mistake.

Common medical errors that can result in cerebral palsy include not:

  • Noticing or treating jaundice, which may result in a type of brain damage known as kernicterus
  • Ordering a C-section for a difficult delivery
  • Setting up the delivery room or equipment in time
  • Using assisted delivery devices like forceps or vacuum extractors properly

Get a free case review now to see if you may be eligible to pursue compensation for your child’s injury.

How much is compensation for cerebral palsy in Georgia?

Compensation for cerebral palsy is worth around $1 Million on average, though these amounts will vary based on a number of factors, like the:

  • Role that malpractice played in your child’s injury
  • Severity of their injury
  • Current and future medical costs for care

Let us get you the money you deserve. Call (800) 995-1212 now to see if you may qualify for free.

How much does a Georgia cerebral palsy attorney charge?

At Sokolove Law, there are no upfront costs or hourly fees to work with our Georgia cerebral palsy lawyers.

We work on a contingency-fee basis, which means we only get paid if your case results in compensation.

Sokolove Law Affiliations and Recognition

Our Professional Affiliations

  • American Association of Justice
  • Georgia State Bar Association


  • National Trial Lawyers - Top 100 Trial Lawyers
  • U.S. News & World Report - 2022 Best Law Firms / Best Lawyers
  • Martindale-Hubbell - 2022 Peer-Reviewed for Ethical Standards and Legal Ability

Sokolove Law Local Reviews

  • Better Business Bureau® (BBB): A+ Rating since 2013
  • Average Google Rating: 4.6/5

Local Georgia Areas We Serve

While Sokolove Law helps people throughout the country, we provide our services to people across the entire state of Georgia as well.

Sokolove Law serves locations across Georgia, including:

  • Acworth
  • Albany
  • Alpharetta
  • Athens-Clarke County
  • Atlanta
  • Augusta-Richmond County
  • Brookhaven
  • Canton
  • Carrollton
  • Cartersville
  • Chamblee
  • Columbus
  • Dalton
  • Decatur
  • Douglasville
  • Duluth
  • Dunwoody
  • East Point
  • Gainesville
  • Griffin
  • Hinesville
  • Johns Creek
  • Kennesaw
  • LaGrange
  • Lawrenceville
  • Macon-Bibb County
  • Marietta
  • McDonough
  • Milton
  • Newnan
  • Peachtree City
  • Peachtree Corners
  • Perry
  • Pooler
  • Rome
  • Roswell
  • Sandy Springs
  • Savannah
  • Smyrna
  • South Fulton
  • Statesboro
  • Stockbridge
  • Stonecrest
  • Sugar Hill
  • Suwanee
  • Tucker
  • Union City
  • Valdosta
  • Warner Robins
  • Woodstock
  • And more

Georgia Zip Codes We Serve

As a national law firm, Sokolove Law can help families wherever they may be in the U.S., including across the state of Georgia.

Some of the zip codes we serve in Georgia include: 

  • 30004
  • 30016
  • 30019
  • 30022
  • 30024
  • 30039
  • 30040
  • 30041
  • 30043
  • 30044
  • 30047
  • 30052
  • 30058
  • 30062
  • 30064
  • 30066
  • 30075
  • 30076
  • 30080
  • 30083
  • 30093
  • 30096
  • 30101
  • 30114
  • 30115
  • 30127
  • 30135
  • 30144
  • 30157
  • 30188
  • 30228
  • 30236
  • 30252
  • 30253
  • 30263
  • 30281
  • 30318
  • 30331
  • 30349
  • 30458
  • 30518
  • 30519
  • 30606
  • 30721
  • 30809
  • 30906
  • 30907
  • 31088
  • 31419
  • 31907

Other Cases We Handle in GA

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  1. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). "Causes and Risk Factors of Cerebral Palsy." Retrieved from: Accessed on February 26, 2024.
  2. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. “Economic Costs Associated with Mental Retardation, Cerebral Palsy, Hearing Loss, and Vision Impairment.” Retrieved from: Accessed on February 26, 2024.
  3. The Doctors Company. “​​Study of Malpractice Claims Involving Children.” Retrieved from: Accessed on February 26, 2024.