Cerebral Palsy Information

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Cerebral Palsy

Cerebral palsy is the term used to describe a wide range of physical problems in which poor brain development or damage has affected the ability to control muscle and movement. Cerebral palsy in adults and/or children can affect individuals and families tramatically.

Cerebral palsy communication methods may vary depending on how an individual is disabled by their condition, as does treatment.

See our cerebral palsy information page for more general info.

Cerebral Palsy Studies

According to new cerebral palsy findings, problems during pregnancy, including infections and blood defects may be the blame of cerebral palsy instances. Still, it is unknown what exactly causes cerebral palsy, but it has been believed that cutting oxygen supply to the baby's brain at certain crucial moments can result in cerebral palsy. Cerebral palsy is the most common cause of physical disability in children in developed countries.

Litigation surrounding instances of cerebral palsy can be very difficult because cerebral palsy is still very poorly understood. When the medical staff has made medical errors found to result in cerebral palsy instances, large compensation awards have been given because cerebral palsy is a permanent condition that can be very severe in some instances. Birth injury lawsuits, such as with cerebral palsy, require expert, experienced cerebral palsy lawyers because of the complexity of the claim.

For more information on cerebral palsy contact us to confer with a cerebral palsy lawyer.

A common misspelling is Cerebral Palsey.

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