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Cerebral Palsy Lawsuit Inquiries Now Being Accepted by Resource4thePeople; Complimentary Consultations Available for Consumers
Date:4/20/2013

San Diego, CA (PRWEB) April 20, 2013

http://www.resource4thepeople.com/medicalmalpractice/cerebralpalsy-lawsuit.html
Resource4thePeople announced today that its nationwide team of lawyers is now accepting inquiries from consumers about the possibility of cerebral palsy lawsuits over allegations of birth defects that may have been caused by medical malpractice.

“In response to a significant number of consumer inquiries from families who have had infants born with cerebral palsy and other birth problems we are now accepting cerebral palsy claims,” said Resource4thePeople spokesman William Howell.

“Our national network of attorneys is experienced in the area of medical malpractice and is now offering free consultations to families who contact us about their cases and whether they may be entitled to compensation for medical costs and other expenses.”

Howell said some families may be eligible for compensation in cases in which their infants have been diagnosed with cerebral palsy if medical mistakes were made during the birthing process.

“Families place the care of the mother and infant during the birthing process in the hands of medical practitioners with the trust that these professionals will meet the accepted standards of medical care,” said Howell.

“Unfortunately, this is not always the case and sometimes mistakes are made that can cause such serious medical conditions as cerebral palsy, which have lifetime consequences for the child and the family involving medical costs, special education costs and other expenses directly attributable to this condition.”

Howell said that there may be legal time limits involved in seeking such compensation and recommended that those seeking legal advice do so as soon as possible in order to preserve all of their lega
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