Ataxic Cerebral Palsy Lawyers
Sometimes it is possible to determine ataxic cerebral palsy was due to a preventable injury. Latona can help!
Ataxic cerebral palsy caused by medical negligence.
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A child suffering from ataxic cerebral palsy and their family will face many challenges ahead. In some situations, the condition may not have been preventable. However, sometimes it is possible to determine ataxic cerebral palsy was due to a preventable injury. Latona Law ataxic cerebral palsy attorneys are experienced in successfully recovering compensation for families in these difficult cases. Our lawyers dissect the entire process of care to identify anything that could have cause a birth injury. Any difficulty during pregnancy, delivery or prenatal care could possibly be the time where the infant suffered an injury. The next step is analyzing further with the help of medical experts and a team of doctor-lawyers to determine if the injury could have been prevented and was due to medical negligence. It is possible to recover compensation for damages, in addition to past, present and future medical expenses.
If you suspect your ataxic cerebral palsy diagnosis was caused by medical negligence, call us today at (570) 825-9000 to schedule a free consultation.
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After consultation, if it has been determined that you have experienced medical negligence a suit can be filed.
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Medical mistakes are the cause of thousands of cerebral palsy cases and brain injuries.
Doctors and nurses caring for the mother and child are responsible for providing safe and effective care before, during and after birth. When proper procedure is not followed, and the standard of care is broken, permanent brain damage to a child can occur, sometimes leading to cerebral palsy.
Ataxic cerebral palsy is characterized by ataxia or damage to the cerebellum. While this is the least common form of cerebral palsy, it is one of the most commonly found in cases of medical malpractice or negligence. Since most diagnoses doesn’t occur until 18-24 months after the child’s birth, it can be difficult to know whether or not your child’s injury is a result of malpractice.
But our experienced team of lawyers will work round the clock to determine whether there is a case for malpractice and investigate what could have been done to prevent the birth injury. By doing this, you may not only be provided with the possibility of compensation, we will also strive to hold those responsible for the injury accountable.
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