Cerebral Palsy Injuries & Brain Injury Lawsuits

Posted on behalf of Goldberg Finnegan, LLC on Dec 30, 2013 in Medical Malpractice

brain xrayCerebral palsy is a brain condition that affects muscle movements. Those with this condition usually show signs of it when they are an infant or young child under the age of three. This brain condition can occur from a number of situations, including genetics.

However, many times, it is the result of an injury and due to the negligence of another.

Is your child suffering from Cerebral Palsy due to the negligent hands of a medical professional? An experienced lawyer can help if a negligent individual caused injury to your baby.

At the law offices of Goldberg Finnegan, we have a team highly trained medical malpractice lawyers and support staff that focus solely on medical malpractice cases and can help to fight for the justice that you deserve.

For more information, contact our office today by calling (888) 213-8140 for your free case review. There are no upfront costs and we only get paid when we obtain a recovery for your claim.

What Are Some Common Risk Factors of Cerebral Palsy?

During pregnancy, it is possible for a baby to develop cerebral palsy due to infections or blood defects that may occur. It is a medical professional's duty to spot these problems and to try and prevent serious damage from occurring.

When a doctor in Maryland fails to notice certain things during a woman's pregnancy, it can result in the baby developing this condition.

With this in mind, some common risk factors Include:

  • Head Injury
  • Bacterial Meningitis
  • Brain Bleeding
  • Asphyxia
  • Jaundice
  • Pregnancy Complications
  • Birth Complications
  • Negligent Medical Professionals
  • Lack of oxygen
  • Hypoxic ischemic encephalopathy (HIE)
  • Hypoglycemia

Another common situation in which this condition may occur is during the delivery to the baby. If a Maryland doctor makes any delivery errors or fails to properly address any complications that occur during the delivery process, the child may develop cerebral palsy. Young children can also develop this condition if they experience head injury.

Our lawyers can help you receive the compensation you and your child deserve.

How Our Cerebral Palsy Injury Lawyers Can Help You

Cerebral Palsy Injury LawyersIs your child suffering from Cerebral Palsy due to the negligent hands of a medical professional?

If so, contact the law offices of Goldberg Finnegan today for free case evaluation. Our personal injury legal team proudly offer this free service to parents of children with cerebral palsy to help determine if they have sufficient grounds to file a lawsuit.

We can then help to explain your legal options in simple terms and if required, guide you through the entire personal injury litigation process.

At the law offices of Goldberg Finnegan, we're here to help and we only get paid when we recover compensation for your lawsuit.

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