Symptoms of Cerebral Palsy
Cerebral palsy refers to a group of neurological disorders that can be characterized by symptoms ranging from the inability to perform fine motor skills to the inability to walk or maintain one’s balance. A severe cerebral palsy case may result in involuntary motions of the body and even include associated conditions such as seizures and developmental delay. Early symptoms of cerebral palsy may include developmental delays and lack of muscle coordination. Most often, the symptoms associated with cerebral palsy will present themselves by the time the child is 3 years old.
Has your child been showing symptoms which may indicate cerebral palsy? If so, contact The Law Offices of Dr. Bruce G. Fagel & Associates immediately. It is possible that medical malpractice, including a delivery mistake has led to your child’s condition, and you can take legal action to hold the responsible party liable for their conduct. Because of his extensive experience in the medical and legal fields, no attorney is better than California cerebral palsy attorney Dr. Bruce Fagel, at accurately evaluating birth injury claims for clients and determining what can be done to help.
If diagnosed early enough, cerebral palsy symptoms may be treatable, but there is no cure. Not only will you likely face exorbitant medical bills today, but your child will need continued treatment and possible medical care for life in order to have the chance to live as normal a life as possible. A medical malpractice lawyer can help you file a medical malpractice lawsuit in order to help ensure you have the financial means to make this happen.
Contact California Malpractice Attorney Dr. Bruce Fagel
There is no cost involved with contacting medical malpractice attorney Dr. Bruce Fagel immediately for a consultation regarding your claim. Witnessing symptoms of cerebral palsy in your child is devastating, but with a skilled lawyer at your side, you have the chance to take action and hold the doctor, nurse or hospital accountable for their actions while at the same time giving your child the chance for a brighter future with the proper medical care that he or she needs.