Year: 2014

Cerebral Palsy Lawsuits: Why They’re Necessary

All too often, we hear from parents who wonder why it’s necessary to engage in a cerebral palsy lawsuit for their child. After a diagnosis, families often feel overwhelmed, with little energy to focus on anything beyond the care and future of their child. The idea of a cerebral palsy…

Modified Bicycles for Children with Cerebral Palsy

Can you believe the holidays are right around the corner? It feels like summer started yesterday and yet, for much of the U.S., snowflakes will soon be falling. Shopping for your child with cerebral palsy can be difficult, especially based upon the severity of his or her CP. If you’re…

Understanding Cerebral Palsy Statutes of Limitation

The law is filled with terms that you may have heard in a movie or tv show, but never truly understood. While ideas like negligence or standard of care can be self-explanatory, understanding what statutes of limitation are can be difficult even for people in the law to understand. So…

Birth Complications and Cerebral Palsy

Anyone who has given birth or been in a delivery room can tell you that there are a wide variety of things going on at any given moment, both leading up to, during and after a birth. While cerebral palsy can be caused by a wide variety of factors or…

Legal Options for Cerebral Palsy Cases

After finding out that their child has been diagnosed with cerebral palsy, the last thing many families want to do is begin a lengthy legal process. Complicated and requiring extensive legal analysis, cerebral palsy cases can still be resolved outside of the courtroom. While a lawsuit may be necessary to…

Medical Malpractice and Cerebral Palsy

There are a wide number of ways in which a child can be born into a life with Cerebral Palsy. For some, lapses in the medical care provided to the child and/or the mother during the delivery process can lead to a life of limitations and challenges connected to Cerebral…

Cerebral Palsy Legal Resources

After receiving a cerebral palsy diagnosis, parents are left looking for an assortment of answers to what this means for tomorrow, as well as the future, for their child. In a world where the internet is the immediate solution for any question, you may be left climbing through worthless links…