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“We would like to express our gratitude to you (Hunt Willis) for accepting our case. First of all, when I called this law firm, a very sweet and kind lady answered the telephone and gave me assurance by asking and going over the accident with me, while my husband was in the hospital. I felt assured I was doing the right thing for us. She was so helpful in so many ways. What a professional lady. Secondly, we are much pleased that you have settled this case with the insurance company to receive the proper amount to assist us in so many ways. My husband and I are very happy with you and the firm in handling our case. You made us have confidence in your professional and integrity along with your assistant Ms. Routh, when you both came to see us in our home, in which we saw your compassion and thoughtfulness at that time. We will never forget what you have done for us, and we thank the lord for directing me to contact this firm. I’m glad I did.” 

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North Carolina Cerebral Palsy Attorney Helping You With Your Claim

Birth-related injuries and issues can arise for various reasons. When your child’s medical condition is the result of negligence, it is important that you know your rights and options under the law. Among the numerous medical problems that can develop is cerebral palsy, a developmental disorder that typically stems from oxygen deprivation during either the development of the fetus or the birth. If you believe your child’s cerebral palsy was caused by negligence during your labor or the baby’s delivery, reach out to a North Carolina cerebral palsy attorney at Martin & Jones right away to discuss your claim.

How Will I Know if My Child Has Cerebral Palsy?

It can be a challenge to determine whether your child has cerebral palsy, primarily because its signs don’t usually appear until the child starts to miss typical developmental milestones as they get older. Still, some of the more common symptoms of the disorder include a lack of reflexes (or abnormal reflexes), uncontrollable movements, unusual posture, poor balance and coordination, and delayed speech, among others. If your child is showing any of these signs, you should take him or her to a qualified physician immediately to obtain a proper diagnosis.

How Can I Determine if My Child’s Cerebral Palsy Occurred During Birth?

Our North Carolina cerebral palsy lawyer understands the range of emotions a parent can experience after learning that their child has cerebral palsy or any other kind of health-related issue. We know it can be overwhelming to deal with, which is why we are here to help as much as possible.

Many instances of cerebral palsy are the result of birth injuries and issues. Some of the following problems may have been the cause, among others:

  • Your child was born early
  • You had a hard labor or difficult delivery
  • Your doctor delayed ordering an emergency Cesarean delivery (C-section)
  • There were birth complications (i.e., umbilical cord wrapped around the neck)

There are numerous other issues that may have occurred during your child’s birth unbeknownst to you. That is why it is important to speak to a knowledgeable North Carolina cerebral palsy attorney who is prepared to ask the tough questions to those medical professionals who interacted with and cared for you throughout the pregnancy. Our team will receive the compensation needed to care for your child.

Dealing with Medical Malpractice Issues in North Carolina

Undoubtedly, you may be wondering what to do next. How will you care for your child who will need ongoing special care? How much will all this cost, and who will help pay for it? Our attorneys at Martin & Jones have years of experience dealing with medical negligence cases and pursuing malpractice lawsuits for the injured.

Filing a medical malpractice claim can be challenging, and with everything you and your family are dealing with, we do not want you to have to worry about the legal aspects of your situation. However, it is imperative that those responsible for your child’s condition be held accountable for their actions, and we are prepared to help you with your case now and in the future.

Let a North Carolina Cerebral Palsy Attorney at Martin & Jones Help You with Your Claim

If you have a child with cerebral palsy and you have questions or concerns about your rights under the law, there’s no need for you to go it alone. Contact a North Carolina cerebral palsy lawyer today for your free and confidential, no obligation consultation.

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