Cerebral Palsy

Cerebral palsy is a disorder that affects the brain and nervous system, leading to potentially severe movement problems in those diagnosed. This disorder is often caused by trauma or health complications before, during, or immediately after birth, but can still affect a child in the first few years of their life while their brain is still developing. While symptoms will not typically worsen as a child grows up, the effects of cerebral palsy can be traumatic, particularly when a child is affected more severely.

Cerebral palsy can be the result of a natural or unavoidable health complication; sadly, this is not usually the case, as the vast majority of children diagnosed with cerebral palsy develop this condition because of another person’s negligence, most often medical professionals. If your child has been diagnosed with cerebral palsy and you believe they developed this condition because of another party’s wrongdoing, we want to put our considerable experience to work for you. Contact the cerebral palsy birth injury attorneys at The Driscoll Firm today by calling (800) 305-9800 for the assistance you need.

About Cerebral Palsy

Those with cerebral palsy can be affected in a variety of ways and may experience mild symptoms to extremely severe ones. To learn more about the different ways in which cerebral palsy can affect an individual, you can visit the following pages on:

Regardless of the severity or type of cerebral palsy a child has, they and their family may be entitled to financial compensation if their condition was the result of another party’s recklessness or negligence.

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Treating cerebral palsy can be difficult, draining, and expensive. For this reason, seeking the support of a qualified cerebral palsy lawyer at The Driscoll Firm can be invaluable in helping you and your family pursue the compensation and support you need. Call us at (800) 305-9800 to find out more about what our caring and experienced attorneys can do to help you.

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