People with cerebral palsy must deal with difficult medical, social and educational development issues. Unfortunately, dealing with these issues often costs a significant amount of money.
Experienced in birth injury cases, the Houston law office of B. L. Jensen, L.P., can help you determine if your loved one’s birth injury was a result of negligent medical care. If it was, we will fight to recover the maximum amount of money for you, so that you have the resources you need to deal with your child’s condition.
The Costs Associated With Cerebral Palsy Are Very High
Did you know that the cost of raising a child with cerebral palsy is approximately 26 times* more than the cost of raising a child without this developmental disability? Do you have the money you will need to pay for all the associated expenses? Among other things, your child may require:
- Medical care from neurologists, psychiatrists and other specialists
- Surgeries and lengthy hospital stays
- Home health care assistance
- Prescription medications
- Special education services
A medical malpractice lawsuit may provide the money you need to pay for all these things. Plus, it could compensate you for the time you’ve had to take off work to care for your child, the emotional pain and distress you’ve suffered and other damages.
Count On Us To Treat You With The Attention You Deserve
At our Texas law firm, we strive to create an environment where every client’s medical malpractice case is handled as the most important one in the firm. From initial interviews through possible legal proceedings and eventually to settlement or trial, our clients are kept in the loop and abreast of the proceedings.
Contact Our Birth Injuries Attorney For Help
If your child was diagnosed with cerebral palsy, call B. L. Jensen, L.P., and schedule an appointment today. Our legal team is experienced with birth injuries cases and personal injury claims as well as cerebral palsy due to medical negligence.
Contact us today by email or call . We look forward to speaking with you. The initial consultation is absolutely free, and we charge only contingency fees in these types of cases.
* According to 2005 statistics from the National Center on Birth Defects and Developmental Disabilities and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)