Cerebral Palsy information

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Cerebral Palsy information

Cerebral Palsy (CP) is often caused by preventable birth injuries. There are various forms and causes of CP. As attorneys that represent newborn infants and their families when brain damage occurs during the birthing process, we are constantly learning about the various types of CP and the causes and manifestations of the condition. The most tragic event possible in life is to deliver a newborn baby that suffers brain damage that could have been avoided. We know that doctors and hospitals are reluctant to admit that a baby’s brain injury may have been caused by medical errors during labor or delivery. We have recently discovered an excellent source for information on Ataxic Cerebral Palsy and urge our readers to visit this website for additional information at http://www.ataxiccerebralpalsyhelp.com.

At Mishkind Kulwicki Law,we have a vast amount of experience investigating the causes of cerebral palsy and the symptoms that are associated with CP. When birth injuries are due to medical mistakes, the impact on the baby and the family are usually lifelong. The future cost to care for a beautiful newborn baby that suffers anoxic or hypoxic brain injury is catastrophic. A newborn baby that suffers profound brain injury will never enjoy the pleasures of life that a healthy baby can and will. The costs, emotionally and economically, of a baby needlessly and carelessly harmed by medical errors during birth require the expertise of lawyers that understand the medicine and are not afraid to take on the medical profession when they refuse to admit their mistakes and accept responsibility for a life that has been destroyed. Let the Ohio Medical-Legal Team at Mishkind Kulwicki Law get your questions answered.

People interested in learning more about our firm’s legal services, including medical malpractice in Ohio, may ask questions or send us information about a particular case by phone or email. There is no charge for contacting us regarding your inquiry. A member of our medical-legal team will respond within 24 hours.

By Howard Mishkind|2019-04-24T18:00:00+00:00August 17th, 2012|Birth Injury|Comments Off on Cerebral Palsy information
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