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Cerebral Palsy Claim

If your child has developed cerebral palsy due to medical negligence, you are eligible to file a legal cerebral palsy claim. The cerebral palsy claim compensation is filed against the responsible party for the medical negligence. There could be several reasons that could lead to a medical condition of cerebral palsy.
Cerebral Palsy Claim

Common potential issues associated with cerebral palsy

There could be many symptoms and potential issues associated with the cerebral palsy condition. However, we have tried to list down most of them.
  • Disabilities in movement or walking
  • Difficulty in learning
  • Loss of hearing or vision
  • Behavioral & emotional difficulties
  • Difficulty in speech
  • Impairments associated with the cognitive domain
  • A medical condition of epilepsy
  • Spinal abnormalities

What is a cerebral palsy compensation claim?

Cerebral palsy is a neurological condition that could arise in case of brain damage. In the following medical condition, the child suffers from movement disability. In general, cerebral palsy is any medical abnormality or disability, that could be seen in a newly born baby. For every child, exposure to cerebral palsy could differ in terms of symptoms and disabilities.

What are the Reasons behind Cerebral Palsy?

There is a wide range of reasons, for which the negligence could end up developing the unfortunate cerebral palsy condition.
  • Failure to execute an emergency C-section in time
  • Failure in the identification of umbilical cord and placental associated problems
  • Brain damage shortly after birth
  • Inappropriate usage of forceps or birth assisting tools amid delivery
  • Loss of oxygen due to failure on delivering a baby in time

How DV Solicitors can help you with Cerebral Palsy Compensation Claims?

DV Solicitors have experienced cerebral palsy claim solicitors with years of experience in dealing with medical negligence claims. We understand the pain & suffering caused because of medical negligence. Therefore, our cerebral palsy negligence claim solicitors are ready to assist you with your compensation claim. If you think, you have become the victim of cerebral palsy due to medical negligence. Reach us today or book an appointment & we will be happy to assist you with your cerebral palsy compensation claim.
Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently Asked Questions

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What is the common type of compensation received in cerebral palsy claims?

The general compensation from cerebral palsy claims varies from case to case. So, it is impossible to know the exact amount of compensation, you will receive. However, plaintiffs, in general, can claim for the following:

  • Lost parental wages
  • Suffering & pain caused
  • Medical expenditures
  • Rehabilitation & therapy expenses
  • Cost for special education
  • Expenses for home accommodation
  • Counseling finances
What is the average compensation you can receive for a cerebral palsy claim?

The average compensation claim for cerebral palsy compensation claim may differ based on the severity and impact of the medical negligence. However, there are cases where the general compensation may range from £1million to £7million & above.

How long do you have to make a cerebral palsy claim?

In most cases, you have the time to take up the case until the child has turned 18 years old. The time to file a cerebral palsy compensation claim extends to a duration until the 21st birthday of the child. Whereas, in some cases, the time to file a compensation can exceed the specified period.

How can you pay for a cerebral palsy compensation claim?

DV Solicitors is proud to announce that they are among one of the few legal firms that provide a "No Win-No Fee" policy.

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