CEREBRAL PALSY

The Fitzgerald Law Firm Medical Malpractice Law Firm has developed a concentration in representing brain damaged children who have suffered from Cerebral Palsy. The firm has successfully handled hundreds of birth injury malpractice cases, including the following cerebral palsy malpractice cases (for more cerebral palsy cases, click here) :

  1. $94,812,240 jury verdict – cerebral palsy malpractice lawyers successfully argued that negligent failure to take action to delay premature birth and failure to administer medication to enhance fetal lung development resulted in cerebral palsy.
  2. $31,575,000 jury verdict – cerebral palsy malpractice lawyers successfully argued that negligent failure to properly monitor newborn’s blood gases caused brain damage and cerebral palsy.
  3. $15,000,000 jury verdict – cerebral palsy malpractice lawyers successfully argued that negligent delivery of a premature infant in a labor room that was not equipped and staffed to resuscitate a premature infant resulted in cerebral palsy.
  4. $8,000,000 jury verdict – cerebral palsy malpractice lawyers successfully argued that negligent failure to timely perform Caesarean section in face of decreased fetal movement resulted in cerebral palsy.

The Fitzgerald Law Firm medical malpractice attorneys have fought for children with cerebral palsy for over 40 years.  To contact The Fitzgerald Law Firm for a free consultation about a cerebral palsy malpractice case, please call toll-free at 1-800-323-9900 or submit the firm’s online contact form to speak with an experienced medical malpractice lawyer.

CEREBRAL PALSY MALPRACTICE INVESTIGATION

If you retain The Fitzgerald Law Firm for your child’s cerebral palsy malpractice case, we will: 1) undertake an intense investigation of the medical history of your child, including all medical records that could provecerebral palsy malpractice; 2) consult with pediatric neurologists about your child’s cerebral palsy; 3) attempt to identify the cause and time of the birth injury that lead to your child’s cerebral palsy; and 4) if that injury constituted medical malpractice, seek to recover compensation from the hospital and other parties responsible for your child’s cerebral palsy.