West Palm Beach Cerebral Palsy Attorney

Compassionate West Palm Beach Cerebral Palsy Attorney

This West Palm Beach Cerebral Palsy Lawyer knows that cerebral palsy is among the most common birth injuries a newborn child might experience. Cerebral palsy is a disorder caused by damage to the brain as it is developing, often discovered within the first six months of life. It can impact muscle coordination, posture, and one’s ability to move the body at will. It also might have a psychological component. That is, people with this problem might experience difficulty with reasoning or thinking, although this will not happen in all cases.

If your child is suffering from cerebral palsy or a birth injury, you might worry about what will happen when you become too old to care for your child. Cerebral palsy affects not only the afflicted child but also the parents of the child. Your child’s cerebral palsy not only challenges you and your family psychologically, it is a terrific burden on your finances. Mr. Quackenbush can help fight for you and your child.

If your loved one is experiencing cerebral palsy anywhere in the State of Florida (including Miami, Fort Lauderdale, Miami-Dade County and Broward County), call this West Palm Beach cerebral palsy law firm for a free, no-obligation consultation any time at 786-294-7711 and speak with Mr. Quackenbush about your situation. If Mr. Quackenbush accepts your case, you will pay nothing until you receive your settlement check.

Crucial Client Advice from West Palm Beach Cerebral Palsy Lawyer Anthony Quackenbush

Cerebral Palsy can result from genetics, but it can also result from an acute event. It can be caused by birth injuries, trauma or lack of oxygen in the womb either in utero or shortly after birth. While some incidences occur naturally, there are situations in which medical personnel could have prevented the damage. In these cases, parents may have grounds to pursue legal action known as a medical malpractice case.

Cerebral palsy in the unborn baby may develop during pregnancy or after birth, but it often also results from oxygen deprivation or traumatic head injuries during labor and delivery. It commonly is secondary to misdiagnosis or negligence in prenatal care, improper birthing technique, or failure of medical staff to recognize fetal distress or newborn complications.

If your child has suffered a birth injury or cerebral palsy due to the negligence of a medical professional or hospital, this would be called medical malpractice and you may be entitled to compensation for all the present and future expenses the injury will cost you and your family. To find out more about filing a legal suit to claim this compensation, you should contact Mr. Quackenbush as soon as possible. In the State of Florida, the statute of limitations in a medical malpractice case is two years. This means that you only have two years from the time of the doctor or hospital mistake to bring your case. It is consequently vital that you contact Mr. Quackenbush immediately as time is of the essence.

In the State of Florida, unlike with other types of lawsuits, a medical malpractice lawsuit must go through a pre-suit screening process in which the defense has a chance to completely investigate a claim before a lawsuit starts.

This Palm Beach County Cerebral Palsy Attorney/Lawyer Advocates for Hurt and Sick Clients Zealously

Mr. Quackenbush may hire an expert witness called a “Life Care Planner” to help you and your loved one. Life Care Planning experts serve as expert witnesses and forensic consultants in Florida legal matters and provide reports and testimony for judges, attorneys, law firms, insurance companies and government agencies in Federal and state court trials and arbitrations. People with cerebral palsy usually need extensive life-long medical care, and this isn’t cheap. The Lie Care Planner will attempt to predict if you are going to need medical care in the future and, if so, how much that care will cost. This allows Mr. Quackenbush to go into court and ask the jurors for an amount of money that will fairly and sufficiently compensate the victim for his or her future medical care.

Another expert witness Mr. Quackenbush might hire is an expert called an “Economist.” The economist will attempt to predict the amount of money the person with cerebral palsy would have earned if he or she did not have cerebral palsy. The victim is entitled to that money because, if he or she was not a victim of the incident and had not experienced cerebral palsy, he or she would have made a living and earned that money over the course of his or her career.

The family members of a child with cerebral palsy are also entitled to compensation for their harm/damages as a result of the incident that caused the condition. Parents of a child with cerebral palsy experience pain and suffering just like the child. Parents of an injured child can pursue a loss of consortium claim. The loss of consortium case is intended to sufficiently and fairly compensate the parents of a child with cerebral palsy for their own suffering related to the incident. The loss of consortium claim will also attempt to compensate the parents for their care of the child and its consequent financial expense.

Obtain Full Justice Along-side a Compassionate South Florida Cerebral Palsy Law Firm

If your loved one is experiencing cerebral palsy because of an incident that happened anywhere in Palm Beach County (including Belle Glade, Boca Raton, Boynton Beach, Delray Beach, Greenacres, Jupiter, Lake Worth, Lantana, North Palm Beach, Palm Beach Gardens, Palm Springs, Riviera Beach, Royal Palm Beach and Wellington), call 786-294-7711 to reach Mr. Quackenbush for a free, no-obligation consultation.

If you make the choice to allow Mr. Quackenbush to represent you, he will work on a contingency-fee basis. This means he will not collect a fee unless he wins for you.

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