Why Do We Need An Attorney?
After a birth injury that leads to cerebral palsy, you world will change in big ways. Your child may require significant assistance to accomplish general milestones. More supervision may be required, causing one or both parents to stop working or scale back their work hours in order to accommodate the child’s needs. As a parent, it’s natural to want to do everything in your power to help your child, but the burden of cerebral palsy caused by medical malpractice is one that no parent should have to bear.
You need to understand the full scope of your rights if your child has been recently diagnosed. This includes figuring out whether or not you may be entitled to compensation to help your child receive necessary medical treatment. While the mistake that caused your child’s injuries might have been over the course of a few seconds or minutes, the impacts of a diagnosis like this will persist for years to come and likely the remainder of your child’s life. Going without an experienced attorney can be a big mistake. Under the statute of limitations, you only have a limited window in which to pursue a claim. Make sure you consult with an experienced South Carolina, Georgia, or Tennessee personal injury lawyer for your cerebral palsy claim as soon as possible.
With the right attorney, you may be able to receive vital compensation to help you pursue medical treatment for your child. Families helping a child with cerebral palsy frequently rely on this kind of support as the treatments can be costly and the ongoing needs of a child with this condition can be broad.
Having Cerebral Palsy impacts the child’s life immensely. Our Cerebral Palsy Lawyers will help you get the justice and compensation you deserve. Call our office today at 1 (855) 249-3258 and speak to a Cerebral Palsy Lawyer. The consultation is 100% free and our attorneys are dedicated to helping you 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.