Cerebral Palsy

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Understanding Cerebral Palsy Caused by Maternal Infections

Cerebral palsy is a group of closely related neurological disorders characterized by damage to a fetus or infant’s brain. People with cerebral palsy may not develop regular muscle tone and often struggle to control their movement and posture. Cerebral palsy is usually caused by damage…

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Cerebral Palsy: Preterm Birth Injury Caused by Medical Malpractice in Kentucky

Cerebral palsy lawsuits may provide an essential financial recovery for children who suffer cerebral palsy because of medical malpractice. In many cerebral palsy cases, the central question is whether the child was deprived of oxygen because of medical negligence. However, oxygen deprivation is not the…

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The Past, Present, and Future of Cerebral Palsy Research and Disability Rights

Children have likely been born with cerebral palsy since ancient times. However, it was only in the last two centuries that scientists began to understand the condition, and it’s even more recently that lawmakers started to protect the legal rights of people with cerebral palsy….

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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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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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Mistakes to Avoid in Your Child’s Cerebral Palsy Lawsuit

You know how much your child has at stake. A successful cerebral palsy lawsuit could compensate your child for past and future medical costs, physical pain, emotional suffering, out-of-pocket costs, lost income, adaptive equipment, and other needs. However, if your child’s cerebral palsy lawsuit is…

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