Symptoms can range from minor to severe. This tragic disease makes muscle coordination and movement extremely difficult, resulting coordination difficulties, such as ataxia (failure to perform controlled movements because of inadequate muscle coordination), spasticity (over-active reflexes and tight or stiff muscles), a bent walk, the dragging of one leg or foot while walking, walking on tiptoes, and inconsistent muscle tone.
Although conditions can improve with time, there is no cure for Cerebral Palsy. Of course, this is a traumatic and overwhelming experience for a child. Some infants and children are born with the condition; however, there are the few but significant cases where Cerebral Palsy is directly brought on by a medical error. It can be the fault of the doctor or another delivery team member during the birth process.
There are a variety of factors that cause cerebral palsy, such as fetal stroke or lack of oxygen. But unfortunately, medical malpractice is responsible for thousands of cerebral palsy & brain injury cases. If you believe your physician or another delivery team made a significant mistake, the Chicago cerebral palsy and birth injury attorneys at The Law Offices of Malman Law can look into the case. In the case of malpractice, they need to be held accountable for the errors that led to this heartbreaking injury. The Chicago cerebral palsy attorneys at Malman Law can make sure the physician or other medical providers are held responsible for the mistakes that led to a lifetime of challenges.
Our Illinois attorneys are dedicated to the legal rights of your injured child, and we will do everything in our power to uncompromisingly pursue the repayment your family needs to provide continuing proper treatment. Our Chicago medical malpractice lawyers are proficient in handling a variety of cerebral palsy situations and have helped many children who were the victims of medical negligence at birth. We will do all we can to secure compensation for your child’s discomfort and suffering.
It can be a tall order to prove that a medical miscalculation or carelessness caused your child’s cerebral palsy. At Malman Law our medical malpractice lawyers have the knowledge, means, and capability to methodically examine and prove your claim. Our cerebral palsy lawyers’ key objective is that all sufferers of medical malpractice at birth should be reimbursed for their damages. The matter of setting up a medical malpractice claim for cerebral palsy is not something you should undertake alone—especially because hospitals and insurance companies have been known to staunchly deny any medical errors. If our birth injury attorneys have to take matters to court, we will do so without hesitation
Our personal injury attorneys will leave no lead uncovered so that neglectful parties will be brought to justice for the injury and pain that has affected your baby and your family.
To better serve our clients, Malman Law employs a full time Registered Nurse with over 30 years experience working and operating various nursing homes throughout Chicagoland. Our nurse is dedicated to reviewing all of the nursing home and medical malpractice cases to assist in the prosecution of the cases.
Please give our law firm a call to schedule your FREE consultation with a Chicago cerebral palsy attorney. Or request a FREE Birth Injury Case Evaluation.
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