Our Mount Pleasant cerebral palsy lawyers handle medical malpractice cases involving children who have suffered birth injuries caused by medical errors and negligence by a medical professional. Often times, these errors take place before or during the birth of a baby. The brain damage caused by this condition is permanent.
Parents of a child diagnosed with cerebral palsy rarely ever get a true explanation from the doctor or hospital as to what caused that condition in their child. If the condition was due to a medical mistake or medical negligence, the doctors often tell the parents that it was simply a natural act or it was unavoidable due to complications with delivery. Many parents do not purse claims for this very reason.
Determining The Cause of Cerebral Palsy
When a parent of a child with cerebral palsy contacts our law office to find out the real answers, our birth injury attorneys review all of the pre-natal records and the complete set of medical records relating to the birth of the child. We also consult with nationally renowned medical experts to review the records and give us their opinion on whether a medical mistake caused the cerebral palsy.
If our physician expert determines that a medical error was a cause of your child’s cerebral palsy, our attorneys prepare and file a medical malpractice lawsuit for both you and your child. The damages sought in these cases are significant because they seek compensation to pay the lifelong costs and medical expenses associated with raising and educating your special needs child. They also seek damages for the impact this this condition will have on both you and your child.
Contact Our Mount Pleasant Cerebral Palsy Lawyers
If your child was born at an Mount Pleasant hospital or a hospital in the surrounding area and has been diagnosed with cerebral palsy, you should call our cerebral palsy lawyers immediately so that we can get started on the review of your case. Call us now at (800) 606-1717 for a free, no obligation case review with one of our experienced Mount Pleasant cerebral palsy attorneys. There are strict time limitations in Michigan for pursuing these cases and the failure to act in timely manner can forever bar the child’s right to a settlement.
We represent all clients under our No Fee Promise, which means you will not pay anything at all unless we are able to recover a settlement for you. There is nothing to lose, so call us today!