One of the most devastating experiences that can happen to a child is to suffer from cerebral palsy. There is no cure for cerebral palsy, although a child’s condition can improve with treatment. While some children develop cerebral palsy naturally, there are cases where cerebral palsy is directly caused by the medical error of the physician or another delivery team member during the birth process. When this happens, the physician or other medical provider needs to be held accountable for the errors that led to this heartbreaking injury.
Mark D. Brynteson is committed to the rights of your injured child, and will do everything in our power to aggressively pursue the compensation he or she needs to cover the ongoing costs of proper treatment. He will work hard to collect damages for your child’s pain and suffering.
What Is Cerebral Palsy? Cerebral palsy is a permanent condition that affects a child or infant’s central nervous system, negatively affecting muscle coordination and movement. This inevitably results in a number of coordination problems, such as ataxia (the inability to perform voluntary movements because of insufficient muscle coordination), spasticity (exaggerated reflexes and tight or stiff muscles), a crouched gait, the dragging of one leg or foot while walking, walking on one’s toes, and muscle tone that is too soft or too hard. Symptoms can range from mild to severe.
Proving that a medical error or negligence caused your child’s cerebral palsy can be very challenging. Mark D. Brynteson has the tools, resources, and experience to thoroughly investigate and prove your claim.
Filing a medical malpractice claim for cerebral palsy is not the kind of case that you should pursue by yourself—especially because medical providers are known for denying that they have made any medical errors. If Mark D. Brynteson files a lawsuit for you, he will aggressively litigate your case before a jury.
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