Cerebral Palsy

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Can parental lost income compensation be part of a cerebral palsy recovery?

Parental lost income compensation might be part of a cerebral palsy lawsuit, but it depends on the reasons for the reduction in income. Many families experience a change in income after the birth of a child. You may decide to take some time off from work,…

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What should I look for in a cerebral palsy lawyer in Kentucky?

You want to hire a cerebral palsy lawyer who will help your child make a fair recovery. It’s an important decision that could impact your child’s future, and you have many choices. Before you choose a cerebral palsy lawyer in Kentucky to represent your child…

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Is Cerebral Palsy a Disability?

Is Cerebral Palsy a Disability in Kentucky? The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the Social Security Administration, special education law, and other laws and agencies consider cerebral palsy to be a disability. People with cerebral palsy and other conditions often debate using the…

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Defenses for Filing a Cerebral Palsy Malpractice Lawsuit Against a Doctor or Hospital

Your child suffers from a life-long disorder that may have been caused by a medical professional’s negligence. You seek a legal recovery that holds the medical professional accountable and compensates your child for past and future medical expenses, pain, suffering, and other damages. At the…

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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 the Gross Motor Function Classification System for cerebral palsy?

Cerebral palsy is not a singular condition, but rather a group of disorders. Often, medical providers use the Gross Motor Function Classification System (GMFCS) to describe the severity of cerebral palsy and to help guide an individual’s treatment. Five Levels of the Gross Motor Function…

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