Cerebral Palsy

Philadelphia Cerebral Palsy Attorneys

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Cerebral palsy is often the result of medical malpractice during childbirth. The lack of oxygen to a child's brain during labor can lead to cerebral palsy, which is a neurological disorder that hinders body movement and muscle coordination. If your child is suffering from cerebral palsy, you need to take the immediate steps required to determine if their condition is the direct result of medical malpractice during birth.

Some other common causes of cerebral palsy in children due to medical malpractice include:

  • Failing to detect a prolapsed umbilical cord
  • Delaying to perform a cesarean section procedure
  • Neglectful use of medical instruments, such as forceps and vacuum during delivery
  • Failing to detect or treat infections in the mother during pregnancy
  • Failing to monitor the fetus' heart rate before and during labor

Need to file a claim? Our Philadelphia medical malpractice lawyers can help.

We, the compassionate legal team at Shrager, Spivey & Sachs, understand that cerebral palsy can take an emotional and financial toll on a family. Sufferers often require constant care and can never lead independent lives. Our experienced attorneys can help you win the compensation you need to care for your child by filing a medical malpractice claim against the responsible medical party. We will do everything possible to help your child receive the monetary compensation needed for continuous medical care and other necessary services after a birth injury.

Why should you choose to hire our firm to handle your case? Consider the following reasons:

  • Our firm has more than 80 years of experience in handling medical malpractice cases.
  • Our lawyers are AV® Rated by Martindale-Hubbell®.
  • Our firm has been recognized by Best Lawyers in America® .

Get started today! Contact Shrager, Spivey & Sachs to begin moving forward.

We realize that taking legal action as a parent on behalf of your child can lead to many questions and concerns. To set your mind at ease, we can review the details of your case during a free evaluation to determine if medical malpractice played a role in causing cerebral palsy in your child. Our goal is to make the claims-filing process as easy as possible.

If your child or a loved one has been diagnosed with cerebral palsy, please contact us as soon as possible. We are here to help.