Cerebral Palsy:

Our team is uniquely qualified with both Legal and Medical degrees, which is why we are the choice of so many parents seeking justice for their child with Cerebral Palsy and why others with serious and permanent injuries due to medical mistakes seek out our counsel.

We were there as medical students – at labors and deliveries, following fetal monitor tracings and witnessing how birth complications can develop – and how the attending doctors and nurses dealt with the Cerebral Palsy issues.

We have completed rotations through pediatrics, obstetrics, radiology, and neurology as well, and therefore understand how to distinguish the normal developing fetus and baby from one with problems that could lead to or be evidence of Cerebral Palsy.

We understand the confusing medical terminology and know the procedures described in the medical records and following our completion of medical school we decided to take what we learned to fight on behalf of injured patients. Now we only practice law and we only represent the injured.

Our experiences, and the knowledge we have gained along the way, have enabled us to “read between the lines” of delivery and prenatal records. Usually, we can determine whether medical malpractice caused your child’s Cerebral Palsy or Birth Injury the very day we receive the medical records. This is even before these records are sent out to practicing doctors for expert review. This saves you and your child time and allows us to process your case quickly.

We Concentrate on Cerebral Palsy, but also Fight on Behalf of the Victims of All Forms of Medical Malpractice:

Failing to diagnose cancer or a heart condition at a point that it can be effectively treated, performing surgery that results in paralysis or brain damage, and treatments that end in the unexpected death of the patient may all be due to medical malpractice.  The answer to whether such an occurrence was just a medical mistake or actionable malpractice often can be found hiding in pages of the medical records.  Therefore, you want an attorney who knows what to look for.

Built upon the skill, knowledge and experience of trained medical doctors who became lawyers, our teamknows how to investigate and interpret the medical records to determine whether your tragic outcome was merely  unfortunate or the result of medical negligence.