About Cerebral Palsy

Cerebral palsy is a term used to refer to a group of related, non-progressive medical conditions that affect the development of motor skills and, less commonly, cognition. In severe cases, cerebral palsy may restrict the ability of the afflicted individual from engaging in even the simplest daily tasks without assistance from others. However, even mild forms of cerebral palsy can impose a significant burden on those who develop this condition, potentially limiting employment opportunities and causing other problems.

Cerebral palsy can be caused by many different factors, but medical malpractice during childbirth is easily one of the most devastating for parents to cope with. At The Driscoll Firm, our Baltimore cerebral palsy lawyers are committed to helping those who are struggling with this difficult situation to get the support and assistance they need. Contact us by calling (800) 305-9800 today to speak with a member of our legal staff about your situation and learn more about your rights and options under the law.

Understanding Cerebral Palsy

Because of the wide range of effects that cerebral palsy can have, it may be difficult to understand the precise nature of your child’s condition on your own. As such, we have put together the following resources that we hope will provide you with the information you need:

  • Symptoms of Cerebral Palsy
  • Types of Cerebral Palsy

Regardless of the precise nature of a child’s condition, however, if it was caused by a medical professional’s negligence, you may be eligible for compensation.

Contact a Cerebral Palsy Attorney in Baltimore

If your child suffers from cerebral palsy that was caused by a doctor’s errors, you shouldn’t have to pay for the consequences by yourself. Contact a Baltimore cerebral palsy lawyer with The Driscoll Firm at (800) 305-9800 today to discuss your case with a knowledgeable legal professional and learn more about how we can help.

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