Symptoms of Cerebral Palsy
Although cerebral palsy typically develops before birth or during the birthing process, parents may not recognize the symptoms until the child is slightly older. Many of the effects associated with the condition are not discernible in newborns and only become apparent when the development of physical or cognitive abilities is compromised. Because of the severity of cerebral palsy, it is important for parents to identify the signs of this disorder as early as possible.
The cerebral palsy attorneys of The Driscoll Firm understand that you want what is best for your child. Our team is ready to help you seek financial compensation and justice when your son or daughter’s cerebral palsy may be attributable to the failures of medical professionals. Contact us at (800) 900-7704 to learn more about your legal options.
Identifying the Signs of Cerebral Palsy
As your child ages, there are a number of indications that may suggest he or she has cerebral palsy. Some of these are outward and obvious, whereas others will only become apparent upon close medical examination. The following are representative symptoms:
- Bone deformities
- Joint deformities
- Spastic movements
- Muscle atrophy
- Difficulty speaking
- Agility problems
- Cognitive disabilities
If your child exhibits these symptoms, it is important to seek medical attention promptly so that a proper diagnosis may be made and treatment might begin.
At The Driscoll Firm, our team is available to help you deal with the legal aspect of your child’s cerebral palsy diagnosis. Contact our cerebral palsy attorneys at (800) 900-7704 to review your situation with a member of our team and begin working to recover the financial compensation you need to address your child’s needs.