Scottsdale Cerebral Palsy Attorneys

When doctors have diagnosed your child with cerebral palsy, it is likely that you have several questions. How could this have happened? What does this mean for my child’s future? How do I ensure my that child receives the proper medical care and long-term support services that he or she requires? Was this preventable? Should I contact Scottsdale cerebral palsy attorneys?

At the Goldwater Law Firm, PC, we care immensely about children and have a passion for providing legal services to families coping with the brain injury or birth injury of a child, such as cerebral palsy. Our Scottsdale Scottsdale cerebral palsy attorneys are available to answer your questions, evaluate your circumstances, and determine if you may have an actionable claim for medical malpractice.

What Is Cerebral Palsy?

Cerebral palsy is a general medical term that refers to a physical condition wherein brain damage occurs and results in a loss of motor control. Depending on the nature and severity of brain damage, cerebral palsy may not be diagnosed until the child is up to several years old.

There are many different types of cerebral palsy, thus the symptoms are broad but generally include:

Brain damage that leads to a diagnosis of cerebral palsy can occur during pregnancy, during labor, during childbirth, and even during early in a child’s development years. Under many circumstances, brain damage is not preventable, in others, a child’s suffering could have been avoided — for example when a doctor does not diagnose or treat an infection in the mother during pregnancy or also when a doctor fails to address fetal distress during childbirth. This could result in asphyxia or brain hypoxia, which is a lack of oxygen to the brain. These are two examples of possible medical malpractice. Our Scottsdale cerebral palsy attorneys hold negligent doctors, medical providers, and hospitals accountable for negligence that causes a child to suffer a preventable birth injury.

Caring For Children Living With Cerebral Palsy

If your child has been diagnosed with cerebral palsy, it is important for you to determine if there may be sources able to provide compensation that will allow you to properly care for your child. We have recovered large sums of money that have allowed children affected by preventable birth injuries to access the best medical care, disability accessible housing, speech, physical, and occupational therapy, college tuition, and more.

Our Scottsdale Cerebral Palsy Attorneys

You should not be responsible for the cost of medical negligence. At the Goldwater Law Firm, PC, our Scottsdale cerebral palsy attorneys will assist you in discovering what went wrong. If  your child’s cerebral palsy resulted from medical negligence, our Scottsdale cerebral palsy attorneys will hold the responsible parties accountable. Call us today at 800-352-5050 to schedule a free consultation.

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