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Why You Should Claim For Cerebral Palsy
The compensation that you can claim for your child’s Cerebral Palsy will not only help pay for their on-going care but also enable you to manage the impact of their symptoms such as making improvements to your home or paying for expensive physical therapies.
We understand that this is a difficult time and that caring for catastrophic birth injuries such as Cerebral Palsy is stressful and can place huge strain on you and your family, both psychologically and financially. This is why Clear Law can help. Our medical negligence solicitors have extensive experience in helping parents like you bring a claim against a hospital or clinic to provide to help pay for physiotherapists, speech and language therapists and occupational therapists.
All of our Cerebral Palsy claims are conducted on a no-win, no-fee agreement. This means that it will not cost you anything to claim and there will be no legal bills to pay, even if you are not successful through no fault of your own. Call now on 0800 122 3036 for a confidential chat about your legal options. You are under no obligation to pursue a claim with us, but the advice we give could help you decide if you have a claim for negligence.
Alternatively, we can call you back, free 24-7. Complete our free call back form and we will be in touch when its convenient for you.
What is Cerebral Palsy?
Cerebral Palsy is a brain injury which affects the body’s movements and can be caused by the baby suffering a lack of oxygen during delivery. This can sometimes be as a result of mismanagement by medical professionals and the baby suffering from a lack of oxygen for a certain length of time.
Cerebral palsy claims often result in high compensation pay-outs due to the expensive costs of treatment, therapy and equipment needed to manage the condition but once obtained the funds can significantly improve the sufferer’s quality of life.
Please contact us if you think you might be eligible to make a claim for Cerebral Palsy compensation.
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