Does your child have cerebral palsy due to a medical professional’s negligence or incompetence? Are you dealing with ongoing medical appointments, expenses, and reduced quality of life?
You may be able to receive financial compensation for your claim. A cerebral palsy lawyer in Florida can explain your options and protect your rights to recover damages.
Speak with a representative from the Law Offices of Anidjar & Levine to discuss your case and schedule a free case evaluation today by calling 1-800-747-3733.
About Cerebral Palsy Cases
The risk factors associated with cerebral palsy include low or high birth weight and premature birth.
While cerebral palsy can occur naturally, it is often the result of a brain injury that happens before or during delivery, or after birth.
Your child may have cerebral palsy due to a medical professional’s actions, including:
- Failure to perform Caesarian section in time.
- Applying too much pressure to the baby’s head during birth.
- The use of vacuums during the delivery process.
- Restricting oxygen to the baby during birth.
Knowing your child’s condition was the result of an accident can be frustrating and saddening. But you do not have to deal with this alone.
If you think the medical staff who handled your child were negligent, incompetent, or otherwise responsible for his or her injuries, we want to speak with you.
Call the Law Offices of Anidjar & Levine at 1-800-747-3733 to learn more about your rights and options.
The Statute of Limitations in Florida
If you are considering your legal options as the parent of a child with cerebral palsy, you may not have much more time.
Attempting to pursue a lawsuit in the effort to recover compensation from the liable parties after the deadline will result in your case’s dismissal.
Do not let your time run out.
Call 1-800-747-3733 while you still have time.
Recover Compensation for Your Losses
As a parent caring for a child with cerebral palsy, you get compensation for the damages your family has suffered. If we can prove liability, you may be able to recover the following for your child:
- Ongoing medical care and expenses
- Adjustments made to the home
- Lost wages
- Loss of future income
- In-home care
- Pain and suffering
Do not let the negligence or incompetence of a medical professional affect your family’s health or wellbeing for the rest of your lives.
Speak to a cerebral palsy lawyer in Florida to learn more about your right to pursue financial compensation by calling 1-800-747-3733.
The Law Offices of Anidjar & Levine Can Help You
How has your child’s cerebral palsy affected you and your child’s life? Do you think your child’s cerebral palsy was avoidable? Our team can evaluate your case and offer an array of other services.
Free Case Evaluation
Before you decide to pursue your case, the Law Offices of Anidjar & Levine offers a free case evaluation. Quite possibly the most important step in the process, our team will listen to the details of your case and offer advice, free of charge.
After reviewing the facts of your case, someone from our team can estimate the costs of your damages, taking into consideration different things like your lost wages, medical expenses, and pain and suffering due to cerebral palsy.
Represent and Speak for You
Sometimes, other parties may want to speak with you about the case. These individuals may be anyone from the insurance company or an opposing law firm, as well as medical experts, witnesses, and others. A lawyer working for you can often speak to these parties without you having to be there yourself. If, for instance, you must speak to the police, your lawyer can be present with you at that time.
Keep You Updated
As long as you are our client, it is our mission to support you. We will keep you informed every step of the way with frequent status updates. We will also answer questions and deal with your concerns about your case. We are happy to answer emails and voicemails, and we will return your calls in a timely fashion.
Your cerebral palsy case may require your legal representative to collect evidence that supports your claim. If we need evidence, a member of our firm may collect the following:
- Bank statements
- Medical records
- Witness statements
- Insurance claims
- Complaint files with the hospital
- Doctor statements
- Accident reports
- Photographs or video footage
Set Up Medical Appointments
Having a child with cerebral palsy may entail recurring doctor visits that involve travel. If you need help scheduling appointments as they pertain to your case, a member of our staff is ready and able to assist.
Call Us Now for Help with Your Cerebral Palsy Case
Does your child have cerebral palsy as the result of medical malpractice? Do you need funds for medical equipment, medication, or ongoing therapy? The Law Offices of Anidjar & Levine want to speak to you about getting you the compensation you are eligible to receive.
If you have thought about seeking legal help to see if you should pursue your case, call us today. If you want to file a medical malpractice lawsuit, the Florida Statute of Limitations states there is a time limit in which to do so. Do not let your chance to recover compensation slip away.