Is your child suffering from Cerebral Palsy?

Cerebral Palsy (CP) is an incurable medical condition caused by a permanent brain injury that can occur before, during, or shortly after birth. The following events may be contributing factors to developing cerebral palsy: meconium aspiration, infection during pregnancy, jaundice, RH incompatibility, oxygen shortage, stroke, toxicity, bleeding, kidney infections, and urinary tract infections. Permanent injuries, including CP, from these complications during pregnancy can be avoided by receiving proper prenatal, labor & delivery and post-natal medical care.

Studies have shown that there has been an increase in doctor error, birthing mistakes, and medical malpractice associated with Cerebral Palsy. A physician may have failed to properly monitor the mother and fetus or misread fetal monitoring equipment, failed to comprehend signs and symptoms of fetal distress during labor, failed to timely recommend cesarean section delivery, improperly administered medication during labor, failed to timely and or properly suction the newborn or render other necessary care.

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