Injuries sustained at birth can be life changing, permanently damaging and have disastrous results on the lives of the children concerned. The families also suffer, and this is why we have an in-house team of medical negligence specialists who can help with any birth injury claims for compensation.
We deal with all sorts of birth injury claims, but a lot of these fall under the category of cerebral palsy. Funding can often be secured to cover your case so that you will never be out of pocket financially. Added to this, we have vast amounts of experience and comprehension of these types of problems which enable us to obtain successful outcomes for our many clients.
Recompense to cover your costs
Looking after a child with cerebral palsy can be exhausting, demanding and expensive. Specialist equipment is often required, as well as care and treatment on a daily basis. Not only can a routine such as this leave parents feeling drained and depressed, but very often, they struggle to meet the costs involved in basic everyday, care.
When your child requires attention 24/7, you need help and support to enable you to keep going. This is why obtaining a substantial and sizable pay-out is not considered a boon but an absolutely essential commodity.
Types of claims
Cerebral palsy is very often attributed to damage sustained at birth. By obtaining funds that are fundamental to your child’s health and well-being, you will be able to afford such things as specialist education, training, care, therapy and purpose-made accommodation.
Cerebral palsy can be attributed to any type of condition that affects your child’s movement and coordination. If the birth of your child was not straightforward and failures occurred during the procedure, brain damage could have occurred. Oxygen deprivation can also be a major cause of this condition and could quite simply be the result of your midwife or obstetrician not interpreting test results correctly.
Some of the main causes of cerebral palsy are:
- Oxygen deprivation during birth
- Low blood sugar being untreated, or not diagnosed
- Jaundice being left unattended
- Meningitis, or some other similar condition, not being detected
Your case is our responsibility
Our specialist medical claim team have dealt with many cases such as this with great success. We take into account the fact that your child’s quality of life will have been reduced considerably and that their life expectancy may even be lessened. Your application for compensation will be dealt with at all times sensitively and in an empathic way. You may be feeling unduly stressed and frustrated, particularly if you have been dealing with difficulties for some time, which is why you need a firm that understands to support you.
Whether your case is a new one, or a difficult situation that requires the intervention of medical claims specialists, we are here to help at all times. Get in touch with us now.