Austin Cerebral Palsy Attorneys
Tyler Traumatic Brain Injury Lawyers
The impact of a difficult birth resulting in serious injuries to your baby cannot be overstated. If your child has now been diagnosed with cerebral palsy, you face a tremendous challenge and may need help making important decisions.
As a parent, you may feel overwhelmed by the prospect of caring for your special-needs child — emotionally and financially. If you have reason to suspect that medical malpractice or negligence caused your child’s serious condition, you can contact us, the experienced East Texas and Austin cerebral palsy lawyers at Colley & Colley, L.L.P.
Prepared to Investigate and Evaluate Your Potential Claim
There are many critical steps in the labor, delivery and fetal monitoring processes. Not all mistakes are malpractice, but it is equally true that proper care and decision-making could prevent many brain injuries, including cerebral palsy. Our respected medical malpractice firm has built strong relationships with experts who can thoroughly evaluate what happened in your case.
One of the most common causes of cerebral palsy is oxygen deprivation to the baby — sometimes involving failure to consider or recommend a C-section, failure to intubate when needed soon after delivery, or other mistakes.
Another injury often due to failure to react to childbirth complications, Erb’s palsy is a condition involving nerve damage that prevents control of the arms.
Individual, Compassionate Attention From an Attorney
Every potential medical malpractice case is unique, and you can count on our attorneys to consider your specific circumstances and offer caring guidance about your potential case. If you have a valid claim, we have the proven capability to win the compensation you deserve via settlement or at trial. When we deliver, we also handle development of structured settlements to protect our clients on a lifelong basis.
To work with native Texan attorneys who put your best interests first and practice law with integrity, contact us today. We will provide a free consultation, and you will owe no attorney fees if we do not obtain a recovery in your case.