Cerebral Palsy Claims 2016-10-20T12:51:24+00:00

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Cerebral Palsy Claims. NHS Negligence

One of the most wonderful and extraordinary experiences for a family and the mother in particular is giving birth to your child. The first days and weeks of parenthood are special times, this makes it especially devastating when things go wrong and more devastating when what went wrong was caused by malpractice or negligence.

Compensation Claims

We have settled many cases on behalf of parents seeking compensation for injury to their children during birth. This is a complex area when seeking compensation due to the many individual factors that can present themselves. Where there is a case we make sure you receive the compensation you deserve to assist the future care and therapy your child will need for the rest of their life.

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The Cause of Cerebral Palsy

Cerebral Palsy can severely limit your child’s life chances and cause terrible hardship for the whole family. Often it is caused by a lack of oxygen from undetected issues during labour however errors even after delivery of your child such as undetected injury and even undetected illness such as meningitis can contribute to Cerebral Palsy development.

This is a condition your child will have for life and compensation is a necessity to cope with the expenses you will face.

Cerebral Palsy

If you have suffered from physical or even psychological harm from substandard treatment by the NHS it is possible you can claim against the NHS for medical negligence compensation. Call our claims helpline for free advice on 020 3510 0205

There is a procedure to be followed when making a complaint. Check that your medical issues are grounds for negligence, and not a simple complaint procedure. Complaints about procedure dissatisfaction, or seeking an apology / admission for lack of care / treatment should go to PALS.

Negligence or malpractice can occur in a wide range of situations, including botched operations, the failure to diagnose a condition or disease, inappropriate treatment or the failure to properly monitor a patient during or after treatment. All can have devastating effects on the patient and his or her family. Read more here