When you hear the words “your child has been diagnosed with cerebral palsy” there are several things that may come to mind. Why? How? What should I do? It’s devastating and hard news to ingest at first since you must alter your plans in raising your child. Initially, you might feel lost and hurt, but then, you might feel angry because you want to know the cause. Your next move might be trying to seek justice for your child if the cerebral palsy was due to medical negligence or medical malpractice.
Choosing a cerebral palsy law firm can be quite difficult since there are so many out there. However, Gershon, Willoughby, Getz & Smith, LLC makes it simple and easy to decide. Our experienced team possesses a background in medical and law.
If you believe you have a concrete case, but you’re still on the fence as to whether you should pursue it or not, we’re going to provide a few common allegations of medical malpractice lawsuits.
Failure to perform a C-section in a timely manner
At the time of birth, was your child delivered in a timely fashion or was it a slow and stalled process? What was the reasoning behind it being such a long process? There’s no reason why your child was neglected at the time of delivery. There is no excuse for the doctor to give you. Seek Gershon, Willoughby, Getz & Smith, LLC to learn further details.
Errors in Anesthesia
During labor and birth of your child, you’re given medications to control, alleviate or reduce the pain associated with the labor. An anesthesiologist will judge the best way to manage the pain. At times, an anesthesiologist makes a wrong assessment of the situation and administers the incorrect amount of drugs. This can have a negative affect on the mother or the baby. If this is something you’ve gone through, you must contact one of our lawyers to seek some justice for you and your child!
As soon as you’re diagnosed with a condition, it’s essential for you to seek treatment. If the diagnosis is delayed, this could result in serious health problems down the road. Whether it’s cerebral palsy or another detrimental condition, you should never wait it out. If hospitals are very busy, the diagnosis may not be noted and could even be forgotten about. If your condition hasn’t been treated, then you need to seek a lawyer to handle your case. You must do it as soon as possible by calling us at 1-877-292-6491 today!