A Michigan cerebral palsy lawyer is dedicated to helping children and their families after a birth injury. Our experienced attorneys are experts in the medical and legal aspects of cases involving cerebral palsy. Choose Buckfire Law for your case if you want to win the highest possible settlement for you and your child.
Michigan cerebral palsy lawsuit settlements include compensation for both you and your child. Settlements include money to help care for your child through your child’s entire lifetime, including into adulthood. Recoverable damages include the funds necessary for lifetime medical expenses, special education costs, housing expenses, as well as for the disabilities of your child.
If you believe your child’s condition was due to a medical error or mistake, we can help. Our cerebral palsy attorneys represent families looking for truthful answers about what went wrong at birth and what will be done to provide for your child’s future.
Our Michigan birth injury law firm will get your pre-natal records, hospital birth delivery records, and the post-birth delivery records. We will review them and determine what caused your child’s cerebral palsy. We will share with you our investigation results.
Our award-winning Michigan cerebral palsy lawyers will determine if a medical mistake caused your child’s condition. If your baby suffered brain damage and other physical problems from a cerebral palsy medical mistake, we will file a lawsuit for you and your child. We hire the top medical experts in the country to support your case.
Buckfire Law handles everything from start to finish to help you achieve peace of mind for the future of both your child and your family.
Cerebral palsy (CP) is a term used to describe a set of chronic disorders that impair the brain’s ability to adequately control movement and posture. More often than not, a baby can suffer from cerebral palsy due to a doctor or other medical professionals’ medical errors and negligence both before and during the birth. This is unfortunate and devastating, as there is no cure for brain damage causing cerebral palsy and is permanent throughout the child’s entire life.
Cerebral palsy is often classified by severity level as mild, moderate, severe, or no CP. These are broad generalizations that lack a specific set of criteria. Below is the common classification which offers a simple method of communicating the scope of impairment.
To have a conversation about your child with one of our experienced Michigan cerebral palsy lawyers, call us now at (844) 840-2252. We will listen to your story and explain how we can best help your child and family. If you would like to meet with us in person, we are happy to schedule and office appointment or visit you at your home.
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To have a conversation about your child with one of our experienced Michigan cerebral palsy lawyers, call us now. We will listen to your story and explain how we can best help your child and family.