At Sokolove Law, our cerebral palsy attorneys in New Hampshire have spent decades helping families understand their rights and pursue compensation for their child’s care.
If your child’s condition was caused by medical malpractice, you may be able to hold the negligent health care workers accountable through a CP lawsuit. Our registered nurses on staff can help figure out what may have happened.
Contact us now to find out if you may be eligible to take legal action on your child’s behalf.
Why Choose Sokolove Law as Your New Hampshire Cerebral Palsy Law Firm?
Children with cerebral palsy face a lifetime of ongoing medical care. According to the Centers for Disease and Control Prevention (CDC), cerebral palsy treatments can add up to nearly $1 Million over the years.
At Sokolove Law, our New Hampshire cerebral palsy lawyers understand the physical, emotional, and financial impacts of a CP diagnosis.
Learn how Sokolove Law stands out from other law firms:
Over 40 Years of Experience: Since 1979, we have put our knowledge and experience to work for families unjustly injured by the actions of others.
A Track Record of Success: We’ve secured over $862 Million for those impacted by birth injuries like cerebral palsy, helping thousands of families pay for treatment costs and other expenses.
Registered Nurses on Staff: Speak with our experienced labor and delivery nurses to better understand the cause of your child’s injury.
No Financial Risks: Our cerebral palsy attorneys 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 is to blame for your child’s cerebral palsy, contact our team to learn more about the options available to you.
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.
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
Using forceps or vacuum extractors improperly, which can result in various injuries to the child
We have registered nurses on staff with decades of labor and delivery experience. Our team can review the details of your situation to help you determine if your child’s cerebral palsy may have been caused by a medical error — for free.
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Our nurses have extensive labor and delivery experience, and they can help you make sense of what happened to your child.
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