Cerebral Palsy

Easing the Trauma of Cerebral Palsy

THE BIRTH INJURY ATTORNEYS OF GIROUX TRIAL ATTORNEYS, SOUTHFIELD CAN HELP YOU AFTER YOUR CHILD has been injured during birth. Our attorneys have won millions of dollars for their clients that have experienced medical malpractice injuries.

Cerebral palsy is a neurological disorder caused by sustained lack of oxygen to the brain—specifically, when something goes horribly wrong in birth or immediately thereafter. The damage depends on the nature of the trauma, when the trauma occurred, and how severe the damage was.

But the effects of cerebral palsy are far-reaching and irreversible, from seizure disorders to impaired motor functioning to breathing issues to delayed intellectual development.

What many parents don’t know is that some cerebral palsy cases are the result of medical negligence and medical malpractice. If your baby is suffering from cerebral palsy, don’t wait—call Giroux Pappas Trial Attorneys. Our lawyers can make a real difference in your newborn’s future quality of care.

Did you experience any of the following during delivery?

  • Use of forceps or a vacuum
  • Your birth or C-section was unusually difficult or prolonged
  • Your baby was deprived of oxygen
  • Your baby suffered head trauma or other birth injuries
  • Your baby had heart rate problems
  • Your baby needed to be resuscitated

If so, your baby may be the victim of medical negligence. Call the attorneys at Giroux Pappas Trial Attorneys. We represent parents all over the country who have experienced birth trauma. We educate the jury to fight for your rights, we have the resources to take on major medical malpractice cases, and we treat every family like our own.

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