New Jersey Cerebral Palsy Attorneys
Cerebral palsy is a neurological condition that adversely affects a person’s motor skills, coordination and brain function. It is usually caused by deprivation of oxygen during gestation or birth. However, the signs of cerebral palsy (CP) may not become apparent until later in the child’s development.
If your child has been diagnosed with cerebral palsy, he or she faces many difficulties in the years ahead. In fact, your child’s neurological disorders may prevent your child from reaching his or her full potential. You owe it to your child to get answers regarding what happened and to provide your child with the resources and developmental assistance he or she needs.
Gold, Albanese & Barletti L.L.C., is a law firm that obtains answers and compensation for victims of birth injuries. We work hard to win these cases, to help CP sufferers get fair compensation, and the physical therapy and special education resources they need.
Experienced Medical Malpractice Attorneys
Gold, Albanese & Barletti L.L.C., has extensive experience in medical negligence cases. When you choose our law firm, we will work diligently to build a strong and successful case for you.
Working with leading experts in neurology and other disciplines, we will conduct a thorough investigation to document the negligence of the obstetrician, delivering physician or another medical provider that led to your child’s neurological or brain damage. We will also examine the effects it has had on your child’s life, and seek full compensation for medical and physical therapy costs, income loss, loss of enjoyment of life, and other compensable losses.
Act Now To Protect Your Child’s Rights
In many cases, children with cerebral palsy are not diagnosed until the age of two or later. For minors, the statute of limitations for filing a lawsuit in a birth injury case is two years after two years the person’s 18th birthday. Nevertheless, you should discuss your case with a lawyer as soon as possible. Birth injury cases are complex, and winning them requires extensive investigations and a concerted legal effort.