If your child was born with cerebral palsy that you believe was caused by medical negligence then you may have the basis for a cerebral palsy birth injury case. Unfortunately, proving your case is a long and difficult process so it is important to know exactly what you are getting into before you begin. In today’s blog, your Baltimore malpractice attorney explains what will happen if you believe you may want to seek the compensation your child deserves.
Tell your cerebral palsy birth injury story
If you believe you may have a Baltimore cerebral palsy birth injury case, the first step is to consult with an experienced malpratice lawyer who can go through the details of your story and let you know whether it seems that you have the basis for a case. Give us a call at Snyder Litigation and we will schedule a free initial consultation with no strings attached.
When examining the merit of your case, our office will complete a number of steps to ensure that your case is thoroughly studies. We will begin by meeting with you to gather a detailed history. Then we will obtain the medical records of the client which will be reviewed by our in-house nurse consultant. A medical malpractice attorney will also review the medical records and offer their insight into the validity of the claim. If it is determined that you have a case then the medical records will be sent to experts in the medical field who will determine whether they would be willing to testify that medical negligence occurred and led to the serious injury of the patient.
The Snyder Litigation team will be with you every step of the way
After this process is complete, if it has been determined that you do have a case that can be pursued then our firm will be on your side for the long-haul. We will be committed to reaching an adequate solution, whether that be a settlement or a court verdict. If it must go to court then we will handle all of the logistics of filing your suit so that you don’t have to worry. Our cases are always pursued on a contingency basis, meaning you do not pay us unless we obtain compensation for you.
If you believe your child may have been a victim of birth injury medical malpractice that caused their cerebral palsy, contact The Snyder Litigation team's cerebral palsy medical malpractice attorneys in Baltimore, Maryland for a free consultation.