If your infant has cerebral palsy, it may be the result of medical malpractice. If you suspect malpractice, consult an attorney who will examine all relevant medical records, and who has the ability to consult with leading medical experts to determine if medical negligence caused your child’s condition. Proving malpractice may be difficult, as statistically in approximately 19% of children with CP, the cause may not be identifiable. Nevertheless, the cost of caring for a child with cerebral palsy can be a financial challenge. Further, the odds of proving a medical malpractice case of any sort are improved if you have an experienced attorney to assist you.
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