Cerebral Palsy Legal Support Services

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Types of Legal Support Services for Cerebral Palsy

There are several types of legal support services available to families whose child is diagnosed with cerebral palsy. Enlist these resources for assistance with medical malpractice lawsuits, rights for the disabled, educational access, and more.

Cerebral Palsy Lawyers

Cerebral palsy lawyers specialize in birth injury law. They are skilled in the complexities of these types of cases and collaborate with medical experts when preparing a case. They fully grasp the criteria for establishing medical negligence and are adept at negotiating settlements or litigating in court. Most cerebral palsy lawyers will assess a family’s case without charge in order to determine if they should proceed in filing a lawsuit.

Disability Law Attorneys

Disability law attorneys advocate for the legal rights of a person with cerebral palsy. They can assist with legal action involving discrimination, accessibility issues, educational and employment rights, and access to government benefits.

Cerebral Palsy Advocacy Groups

There are many nonprofit organizations that focus on assisting those with cerebral palsy along with their families. Information about cerebral palsy, research, medical treatments and medications, government resources, as well as legal resources are available through many of these groups. Advocacy groups such as CP Family Network and CerebralPalsy.org offer useful resources for families in need.

Government Agencies

Multiple government agencies provide resources to those with cerebral palsy. They offer assistance with special education, cash, child care, employment, nutrition, medicare, health insurance and more. Agencies with a mission to assist include the Social Security Administration, Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, Office of Special Education and Rehabilitative Services, Department of Housing and Urban Development, and more.

How to Choose the Right Legal Support Services

Choosing the right legal support services depends on your child and your family’s needs. When seeking out a cerebral palsy lawyer for legal assistance in filing a medical malpractice lawsuit, it’s important to ask the following questions:

  • Do you have experience in negotiating a settlement or litigating a case involving a birth injury?
  • Do you understand the criteria for determining medical negligence?
  • Do you have access to medical experts in your professional network?
  • Do you work with or have access to life planners who can help determine the amount of compensation we should seek to ensure a lifetime of care for my child?
  • Can you tell me about cases similar to ours in which you prevailed on behalf of your clients?
  • How are your fees structured?

Answers to these questions will help you determine if the cerebral palsy lawyer you’ve chosen is a good fit for your circumstances.

Cerebral Palsy Legal Assistance: Financial Considerations

Financial considerations when seeking legal assistance are important to evaluate when pursuing a cerebral palsy lawsuit. The majority of legal specialists and cerebral palsy attorneys work on a contingency fee basis, meaning their fees are determined as a percentage of your award. They do not collect fees unless and until you receive compensation.

Experienced Cerebral Palsy Attorneys at Pintas & Mullins

You can trust the experienced cerebral palsy attorneys at Pintas & Mullins Law Firm. We have worked with thousands of parents for decades, fighting on behalf of them and their injured child. We will provide a free assessment of your case and consult with our network of legal and medical experts to win you compensation. Call or text 800-934-6555 or complete our Free Case Evaluation form online to get started today.

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