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cerebral palsy?

If your child has been diagnosed with cerebral palsy, it could be due to a medical mistake. Expert advice is available and it costs nothing to look into your legal options.


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speak with a patient advocate

Our patient advocates have the latest information on cerebral palsy causes and treatment, and can recommend assistance and rehabilitation programs for your child near you.

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learn the causes of CP

Parents with a child diagnosed with cerebral palsy often don’t know if a medical mistake led to their condition. Let our lawyers examine your case to find out if help is available for your child.

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understand your legal rights

The law allows your child to recover significant compensation to help with pain, suffering, rehabilitation and medical care if someone else’s mistake contributed to their condition.

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File A Cerebral Palsy Lawsuit

Lawyers have helped thousands of families recover damages for CP caused by negligence. It costs nothing to speak with a lawyer or investigate your case today.

Assistance is available now.

Call (888) 391-1315 to speak with a patient advocate.