Cerebral palsy involves damage to different parts of an infant’s developing brain. During birth, if not enough oxygen reaches the baby before, during, or after delivery, cerebral palsy may result. At the Law Offices of Wade E. Byrd, our birth injury lawyers and on staff OB / GYN nurse work with medical experts, delivery room records, and economic impact analysts in holding negligent healthcare providers accountable for cerebral palsy. While symptoms may not be obvious for many months, using medical experts and our own nurse in identifying breakdowns in delivery room procedures, failures on the part of doctors and staff, and ignored warning signs greatly assists in uncovering negligence and malpractice.
With over 24 years of experience and tens of millions of dollars recovered for our clients over the years, we know what it takes to build convincing, successful cases. Let us help you provide future financial security for your child – contact cerebral palsy lawyers at the Law Offices of Wade E. Byrd. Located in Fayetteville, North Carolina, we represent clients throughout Tennessee, Virginia, Georgia, and South Carolina.
The Financial Impact of Cerebral Palsy on Families
While every child is different, cerebral palsy can cause the following kinds of problems for children:
- mental retardation
- muscular problems
- arm and /or leg deformities
- hearing loss and vision abnormalities
Providing Financial Security for your Child
Any one of these conditions can require a lifetime of medical treatment, physical therapy, or need for special education. That’s why the Law Offices of Wade E. Byrd works closely with Life Care Planners and Economic Impact Analysts to determine what your child’s future needs will be and the cost they represent. Providing for your child’s financial and medical future ensures their needs will be met no matter what.
Working Closely with Families
We recognize families turn to our office to demand justice and provide for their child’s future. Working one-on-one with our clients, our lawyers and OB / GYN nurse are always available to answer questions, follow-up on issues, and put your mind at ease. With over 24 years of experience and countless client referrals, we learned along time ago the best advertising in the world is the trust and confidence we build with our clients. Our reputation for integrity and dedication has earned us repeat clients and numerous referrals – a testimony to our commitment to client service.
To learn more about our practice and your legal options, contact North Carolina cerebral palsy lawyers at the Law Offices of Wade E. Byrd and schedule a free consultation today.
Located in Fayetteville, North Carolina, we represent clients throughout the South, including Tidewater, Virginia; Atlanta, Georgia; Charleston, Columbia and Myrtle Beach, South Carolina; Nashville and Memphis, Tennessee, West Virginia and Philadelphia and Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.