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Georgia Cerebral Palsy Lawyers

If you’re already to the point where you need to hire a Georgia cerebral palsy lawyer, you probably know the signs and symptoms. However, if you are still trying to determine what is wrong and whether your child is at risk for having this condition, you can definitely benefit from knowing what to expect. Since this disease largely effects coordination and motor skills, most parents won’t notice anything until the child is old enough to move around on their own. Here are some signs to look for:

  • Lethargy or not being alert
  • Fussiness or constant crying
  • Trembling or seizures
  • Low muscle tone
  • Apnea (periods of not breathing)
  • Difficulty swallowing and eating
  • Trouble sitting, holding head up, using both sides of the body, etc.
  • Difficulty walking or crawling
  • Balance and coordination issues

Cerebral Palsy Lawsuit Consultation

These symptoms can affect children differently, and your doctor will not usually make a diagnosis until the child is older and can provide more concrete symptoms than just being fussy or having trouble eating. If your child has already been diagnosed, you need to contact us today to discuss your case with a qualified Georgia cerebral palsy lawyer. We will do whatever we can to help, including offering a free case evaluation to determine what the next steps are.

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