Washington, D.C., Cerebral Palsy Lawyer

Maryland Brain Damage Attorney

Cerebral palsy affects newborns who suffered fetal distress such as the cutoff of oxygen through the umbilical cord in the womb or birth canal during the birth process. Cerebral palsy is not specifically one disorder. It is a complexity of chronic conditions that impair a baby's ability to move and maintain muscle control during the earliest years of life, often having a lifelong effect on victims.

While not all birth injury cases of cerebral palsy are the result of doctor error or improper monitoring during the birth process, there are common steps that doctors and delivery room staff are expected to take to reduce or eliminate risks that may lead to the condition. If a medical professional fails to recognize the monitor readings of the baby's vital signs or fails to act effectively to restore oxygen to the baby's brain, there may be a case for medical negligence.

Integrity and Resources to Handle the Most Complex Birth Injury Cases

If your baby has been diagnosed with cerebral palsy or other birth injuries that you believe may be the result of medical malpractice in a Washington, D.C., or Maryland hospital, talk to an attorney at Fay Law Group, P.A. We offer a free consultation to discuss the extent and nature of your baby's injuries. We will investigate the potential for a negligence claim and advise you about your options. We are a successful medical malpractice litigation firm that handles only complex cases involving clear negligence for serious birth injuries such as cerebral palsy.

Our lawyers have extensive experience representing clients who have suffered serious injury or financial damages resulting from medical negligence such as:

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Our Washington, D.C., cerebral palsy attorneys represent clients throughout the District of Columbia and Maryland. Call us at 202-644-8854 or toll free 800-522-2715 or contact us by e-mail to arrange a free consultation. We handle all cases on a contingency fee basis — no attorneys' fees unless we help you recover money damages in a settlement or jury verdict.