Profound brain damage may occur during pregnancy or labor and delivery. Also, this dramatic lifetime injury often results directly from medical malpractice. Accordingly, if your child suffers brain injury from childbirth, then contact cerebral palsy attorneys to discuss legal help and next steps.
Cerebral Palsy Attorneys Stand by You Against Medical Establishment
Our medical establishment defends these claims. After all, infants suffering brain damage are among our most complex and costly claims. Especially relevant, birth injury claims involving millions of dollars are common. Because money is so significant in these claims, cerebral palsy attorneys know challenges lie ahead.
Accordingly, insurance companies and doctors are often conjuring up new defenses. As your cerebral palsy attorneys, we know these common defense efforts and fight back.
For example, insurance company lawyers often argue your child’s birth injury results from a congenital defect or parenting lapses. However, these arguments are often debunked through expert review. Moreover, cerebral palsy attorneys retain medical experts to review your records and claims to verify how your baby’s injuries result from pregnancy through birth.
Cerebral Palsy Attorneys Fight Health Provider Mistakes
When labor and delivery doctors or nurses suspect birth asphyxia—unborn baby isn’t receiving enough oxygen—they may order an emergency Cesarean section (or c-section). Especially relevant, this procedure is often necessary when a baby is not receiving enough oxygen. Accordingly, cerebral palsy attorneys look closely at all fetal monitoring records and subsequent decisions.
Moreover, many obstetrical experts agree an immediate C-section should occur within 30 minutes from fetal monitor showing fetal distress. Furthermore, this is known as “decision to incision” rule or window. Especially relevant, cerebral palsy attorneys know significant and irreversible brain damage may occur during outside this time period.
If you suspect malpractice—doctor, nurse, midwife, hospital—or other error is responsible for your baby’s birth injuries, then contact cerebral palsy attorneys now. Moreover, if any unusual circumstances occur during your labor and delivery and your child now has brain or nerve damage, then you should consult me now.
There are strict time limits in medical malpractice claims. Accordingly, you must take action quickly for your child’s eligibility for money compensation.
Cerebral Palsy Attorneys Focus on Your Child’s Needs and Opportunities
Financial damages stemming from major birth injuries are staggering. Especially relevant, lifetime care for infants suffering brain or nerve damage are among our highest financial losses in any personal injury claim.
Dedicated and driven cerebral palsy attorneys may be able to help you recover money you and your child need. Accordingly, in birth injury claims, I seek money damages for:
- Current and Future Medical Expenses
- Current and Future Wage Loss
- Home Health Care
- Advanced Therapies
- Life Care Planning
- Experimental Treatments
- Neurological Intervention Programs
- Current and Future Pain and Suffering
Money will and cannot solve all your problems. Rather, money compensation may provide comfort, financial security, and access to our best and highest quality care.
Cerebral Palsy Attorneys Serve You Throughout Southwest Florida
When you look for cerebral palsy attorneys, look for counsel who put you and your child first. Accordingly, contact me, Fort Myers malpractice attorney David Harris. I have decades experience as a trial attorney and litigator. Moreover, during my career I have defended doctors, nurses, midwives, hospitals, and health systems in multi-million dollar birth injury claims.
Moreover, I know you are living a nightmare with no apparent end in sight. Accordingly, I want to help you and your baby as best I can. And, hopefully, we can build a better, more promising future ahead.
I serve children and families in Southwest Florida—Lee County, Collier County, Charlotte County, Sarasota County, Hendry County and all nearby communities—in major medical malpractice claims. My passion is helping you achieve your goals and a better life.
There is no fee unless we win money for your child. In addition, your consultation is totally free, confidential, and personal. During our discussion, we’ll talk about your circumstances and answer your questions, including next steps.
Let’s begin our discussion right now.