Miami Cerebral Palsy Attorney
South Florida Birth Trauma Attorneys
If your child has been diagnosed with cerebral palsy, you may have a legal claim for damages to pay for any special care they need. Cerebral palsy is a condition that can result from medical malpractice during the birth process. You want an experienced Miami Cerebral Palsy attorney to evaluate your case, one who has helped others in similar circumstances.
At the law offices of Alan Goldfarb, P.A., we offer decades of experience to people who have suffered needless personal injury, including families with children diagnosed with cerebral palsy. Attorney Goldfarb has aggressively protected the rights of personal injury victims for more than 50 years. We meticulously prepare every case we handle, and offer caring and compassionate counsel throughout the legal process.
We provide a free initial consultation to all clients. Contact our office or call us at 305-371-3111 (toll free at 866-936-9761) to set up an appointment.
Miami Birth Defect Lawyers
Cerebral palsy is a medical condition that involves permanent brain damage. While it is not considered a degenerative disease, a victim’s symptoms and conditions can change over time.
At the law offices of Alan Goldfarb, P.A., we will carefully examine the facts and evidence surrounding your pregnancy and the birth of your child to determine whether steps could have been taken to minimize the risk of cerebral palsy. This can include:
- Negligence in pre-natal care, including failing to recognize or respond to symptoms that have been traditionally linked to cerebral palsy in infants, including changes or unusual health events affecting either the child or the mother
- Carelessness during the delivery, including failure to recognize or promptly respond to breach or difficult deliveries
Contact the Miami Cerebral Palsy Attorneys of Alan Goldfarb, P.A.
For a free initial consultation, contact us or call us at 305-371-3111 (toll free at 866-936-9761). We will handle your birth injury claim on a contingency basis, charging attorneys’ fees only if we recover compensation for your injuries.