If your child has developed cerebral palsy as a result of a birth injury, you may be able to pursue compensation for those injuries through a Florida medical malpractice claim.
The prognosis of cerebral palsy will depend on the severity of the condition. Some individuals are able to live fairly normal lives, others may be facing a lifetime of expensive care and treatment.
There may be additional medical disorders accompanying cerebral palsy including mental impairment, hearing loss or seizures. Medication, along with care for education and social services may be necessary.
Due to some of the complications with walking and balance, an individual may become permanently disabled. You may be entitled to damages for this.
Many individuals with cerebral palsy also require the help of an assistive device such as a wheelchair, walker or braces. These can be expensive types of treatment that are recoverable through a Florida medical malpractice claim.
Although assistive help may be available for someone with cerebral palsy throughout his or her lifetime, these are costly services. When medical negligence is the cause of your child’s suffering, you may be able to recoup some of these costs through a Florida medical malpractice claim.
Contacting a Palm Beach Cerebral Palsy Lawyer
When it comes to choosing an attorney, you can’t afford to play a game of chance. Picking a Palm Beach cerebral palsy lawyer based on a colorful bus ad or a touching TV commercial won’t necessarily put you in touch with the attorney best suited for your case.
Florida injury lawyer Theodore Babbitt has spent years building his practice and growing his network of trusted colleagues and well-respected lawyers. Simply fill out our online form for Florida injury victims, and Mr. Babbitt will personally review your story to see if you have a valid medical malpractice claim. He will then put you in touch with the attorney best-suited to handle your case. There is no cost to get started – 1-877-751-8087.