Michigan Cerebral Palsy Attorneys
Families face intense challenges when a birth injury or physician error leaves a newborn with disabling injuries such as cerebral palsy. The aftermath can be overwhelming emotionally, physically and financially. It can be hard to get straight answers about what happened and who may be responsible for errors or malpractice that resulted in the birth injury.
At Bredell & Bredell, a respected Michigan personal injury law firm, our attorneys have more than 30 years of experience helping families get the resources, compensation and answers they need. If you suspect that your doctor ignored key warning signs or failed to act in your child’s best interest, we can help you get answers.
Getting Answers For You
Our firm is committed to providing quality service and dependable results for our clients. We have helped families in serious birth injury for more than two decades, and have established a proven reputation of success.
Cerebral palsy is not always a result of physician error, but if a doctor or nurse failed to act quickly or ignored warning signs during delivery, then you need to work with a lawyer who can help you get answers. We have the resources to deal with birth injury cases involving:
- Delayed c-sections
- Physician negligence
- Failure to recognize fetal distress
Providing proper care for a child facing CP, whether ataxic, athetoid or spastic cerebral palsy, is itself a full-time job, leaving families facing not only the serious financial challenge of medical expenses, but also the possibility of diminished wage earning capacity.
Protect Your Right To Receive Compensation
Even if the evidence of physician negligence is not immediately apparent, if you suspect the wrongdoing of medical professionals played a role in your child’s injury, then you need to consult with an experienced attorney.
Our lawyers will sit down with you free of charge at our satellite locations in Jackson or Ypsilanti to review your case. Call 734-482-5000 or contact us online today to schedule an appointment.