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Cerebral Palsy

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Kansas Cerebral Palsy Lawyers

The realization that your child’s cerebral palsy may have been caused by a medical error, negligence or failure to diagnose can be devastating. The future of your child is no-doubt very concerning to you and your family. To help secure the funds needed to care for your child for the rest of their life, we urge you to contact the cerebral palsy lawyers of Prochaska, Howell & Prochaska LLC Law Firm.

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Those with mild cerebral palsy can be cared for with supportive treatments, which may include physical and occupational therapy, speech therapy, corrective surgery, braces, wheel chairs, rolling walkers, and communication aids such as computers with voice synthesizers. Prescription drugs may also be used to help control seizures and pain, and relax muscle spasms. Any of these options involve costs and expenses. Severe cases that require lifetime care could cost millions.

Cerebral palsy can be caused by a doctor, nurse or midwife who may have misinterpreted warnings, ignored fetal monitoring equipment, failed to identify fetal distress during labor, delayed a C-Section, used forceps or a vacuum incorrectly, or administered an overdose of labor inducing medication. If you believe your child’s cerebral palsy was caused by a medical error, negligence or failure to diagnose, call experienced Medical Malpractice Attorneys of Prochaska, Howell & Prochaska LLC for a free consultation. Through the years we have successfully won compensation for numerous clients in medical malpractice cases. Call us today to schedule your complimentary consultation with our experienced medical malpractice attorneys!

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