Treatment Options for a New York Baby Born with Facial Paralysis

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Many parents live to see looks of joy in their children's faces. As a parent of a child born with facial paralysis, you would likely be thrilled to see any look of emotion on your child's face. It can be devastating when your child, who is too young to communicate with words, is unable to communicate by expression or when your older child is unable to speak clearly.

You can help your child be able to express his or her emotions first by facial expressions and later by the proper formation of words by seeking out treatment for facial paralysis and contacting a New York birth injury lawyer.

Treatment for Newborn Facial Paralysis Can be Complex

Often a multidisciplinary team is required to properly treat newborn facial paralysis. Experts on that team may include plastic surgeons, ophthalmologists, neurosurgeons, ears, nose and throat doctors and speech pathologists. Rehabilitation therapies and surgery may all be part of your child's recovery plan.

All of these experts cost money. All of this treatment requires parents to take time from work or other activities so their child can get the necessary treatment. While we know you are happy to make the time to help your child, we believe that you should not have to bear the financial consequences of someone else's medical negligence.

Contact a New York Birth Injury Attorney Who Will Fight Hard for Your Child's Recovery

Call 1-800-PAGAN-911 today and speak to an experienced New York birth injury attorney who will fight hard to get your child the financial recovery your child deserves for facial paralysis caused by medical negligence.

Read more about newborn facial paralysis in our library article, A New York Birth Injury Lawyer Who Cares About the Cause of Your Baby's Facial Paralysis.

Category: Birth Injuries

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