Cerebral Palsy

One of the most common birth injuries is cerebral palsy. This condition directly affects a baby’s coordination and nerve function. While certain unpreventable circumstances can lead to cerebral palsy, there are many negligent actions on behalf of medical professionals that can lead to this serious condition.

Our injury lawyers at Eden Rafferty, seek to hold doctors, nurses and other medical professionals liable for their negligence so injuries like this do not happen to other infants in the future. Contact our Worcester law firm to schedule a free initial consultation regarding your claims.
Holding Hospitals and Doctors Responsible for Negligence That Leads to Cerebral Palsy

For more than 25 years, our attorneys have assisted individual with all of their medical malpractice concerns. When children are injured through the errors of nurses and doctors, immediate action needs to happen to ensure injuries like this do not happen in the future and that all dangerous processes are stopped.

Causes of Cerebral Palsy

There are many things that can lead to your child being diagnosed with cerebral palsy, including:
  • Brain trauma during delivery
  • A lack of oxygen to the brain
  • Low blood sugar levels
  • Improper monitoring of bilirubin levels

Cerebral palsy can also be caused by natural things, such as an infection, premature birth, or drug abuse. If you have questions regarding the cause of your child’s cerebral palsy, do not hesitate to consult with an experience injury lawyer.

Contact Our Massachusetts Law Firm for Answers to Your Cerebral Palsy Questions

Cerebral palsy caused by medical negligence is unacceptable. If you have questions regarding your options moving forward, contact our Worcester lawyers at Eden Rafferty, today.

Practice Areas

Birth Injury
Cerebral Palsy
Failure to Diagnose
Medical Malpractice
Nursing Home Neglect
Prescription Errors
Surgical Errors

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