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Speak to Experienced Cerebral Palsy Claims Attorneys in Cook County
Cerebral palsy is a term that encompasses a wide range of chronic disorders that cause permanent physical disability in children. While many cases of cerebral palsy are the result of genetic abnormalities or unavoidable injuries that occur during pregnancy, some are the result of hypoxia (the baby not getting enough oxygen during birth).
If your child’s cerebral palsy was the result of medical malpractice, the responsible doctor, nurse or hospital should be held to account. At Cirignani Heller & Harman, LLP, we have the experience and resources in birth injury law to help you pursue justice and monetary compensation for the injury your child has sustained.
Contact us today online or by telephone at 312-346-8700 or 866-346-8700 to speak with a knowledgeable Cook County, Illinois, birth injury lawyer. We represent clients from Cicero, Evanston, Schaumburg and throughout the surrounding areas.
Cerebral Palsy and Medical Malpractice
The short-term and long-term consequences of cerebral palsy can be severe and costly. The costs can include emergency medical treatment and rehabilitation. Children with cerebral palsy may never be able to care for themselves. Your child may need medical treatment, medication and therapy for the rest of his or her life.
Our physician attorneys are well-versed in the causes of cerebral palsy, and can help you to determine whether medical negligence played a role in your child suffering this birth injury. We can help you determine the amount of financial relief you will need to compensate for the hardships you have endured and will continue to endure because of this act of medical negligence.
Let Us Help You
If your child has cerebral palsy because of an act of medical malpractice, we are here to stand up for your rights. Contact us today online or by telephone at 312-346-8700 or 866-346-8700 to speak with an experienced Cook County cerebral palsy attorney. We offer free initial consultations and bill on a contingent fee basis — you won’t have to pay us attorney fees unless we win compensation in your case.