Have doubts that your teen’s cerebral palsy might have been caused by medical negligence? Justice Guardians Kensington (available at 866-918-5292) now offers free 24/7 consultations and fee waivers to help parents like you seek justice for your child.
Your child deserves the best quality of life you can provide for them. But, if you think that their condition is due to medical negligence, the responsible parties ought to at least bear part of the expenses you’ve been burdened with.
You want answers about your child’s condition, but you don’t want to be blinded by all the complexities of the legal system. Justice Guardians Kensington can help you find your way.
The Kensington, PA medical malpractice law firm offers free legal consultations, available 24/7, to help potential claimants like you make the best use of the client-lawyer relationship with expanded means of communication. In addition, their no-win, no-fee policy will ensure that, if your claim is ultimately unsuccessful, you won't have to suffer more burdensome financial obligations and you'll be better able to care for yourself and your loved one.
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With Justice Guardians Kensington, you and your child can easily access legal assistance and learn your options for filing a case, especially if you suspect professional negligence is involved.
What causes cerebral palsy? According to the CDC (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention), cerebral palsy is the most prevalent motor disability in childhood. The CDC has estimated that about one out of 345 children has been diagnosed with the condition, which can be caused by medical negligence when a baby’s heart rate is not properly monitored during pregnancy, when maternal infections are not treated, and when forceps are used improperly during birth, among other factors.
Justice Guardians’ experienced medical malpractice attorneys will help you determine if you have grounds to file a lawsuit for medical negligence. In the case of cerebral palsy, you and your legal counsel should carefully consider the cause of the condition since it is not always due to professional neglect.
The firm’s attorneys will perform full due diligence to determine whether you can sue for medical oversight. They will investigate medical records, do research, interview medical personnel and facilities, and obtain certificates of merit.
About Justice Guardians:
Justice Guardians is led by Charles Petrone, Esq., a graduate of Princeton University and Penn State University’s Dickinson Law School, where he gained his J.D. degree in 1978. For over 30 years, he has served as a trusted partner of the firm and a legal adviser on personal and business issues for clients.
“Our experienced and passionate legal team has dedicated their careers to providing justice for those who have been hurt through negligence,” a representative for the firm explained. “We represent our clients with passion and aggressively fight to help them recover compensation that will help to build a brighter future.”
Do you think a lawsuit might be the next step for you in seeking justice for your child? If so, Justice Guardians Kensington’s experienced attorneys can help you determine if medical negligence has been involved, navigating the complexities of the legal system and filing your medical malpractice claim.
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