April 2020

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Cerebral Palsy Surgeries That May Come Years After a Diagnosis

You want to spare your child all possible pain and suffering, and you are eager to avoid the risks of surgery. At some point, however, your child may suffer more pain and physical limitations without surgery, and you may need to consider surgical options to…

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I’m caring for a child with cerebral palsy, and I can’t work. Can I recover for my lost income?

You worked before your child was born, and you planned to return to work after your child was born. However, once your child was diagnosed with cerebral palsy, it became apparent that you couldn’t go back to work. The childcare that your child would need…

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What Is Your Child’s Cerebral Palsy Pain and Suffering Worth?

From birth, your child may suffer physical pain because of cerebral palsy. As your child gets older, physical pain will continue, and emotional suffering will likely begin as your child starts to understand how cerebral palsy makes her different from her peers and limits what…

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What Your Child May Recover in a Kentucky Cerebral Palsy Case

As the parent of a child whose cerebral palsy was caused by medical negligence, you will need to make a lot of decisions, including whether to pursue a cerebral palsy lawsuit. Before you can make this decision, you need to consider the potential compensation that…

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Is a nursing home responsible if a resident develops sepsis from Vancomycin-resistant Enterococcus?

Bacteria known as enterococci are commonly found in the intestines and the environment. However, enterococci can cause infections when the bacteria enter the bloodstream or an open wound. Some of these infections may be resistant to the antibiotic Vancomycin that is supposed to treat it….

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Nursing Home Negligence Can Cause Bedsores and Bedsores Can Cause Sepsis

Bedsores are common and serious injuries suffered by Kentucky residents residing in assisted-living facilities. When nursing home negligence from the staff leads to bedsores, sepsis may follow not far behind, and sepsis can be deadly, so it’s important to make sure you’re placing your loved…

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