Cerebral Palsy Resources
The financial needs of a child with cerebral palsy can be staggering. Parents must deal with the physical, emotional, and financial aspects of their child's condition. When cerebral palsy is attributed to a medical error, families may be eligible for compensation to ease the financial strain. Our Houston birth injury law firm can help. We truly care about the individuals we represent, striving to provide the resources, assistance, and support they need.
Life Care Plans
We utilize experts to prepare a life care plan for a child with cerebral palsy that anticipates his or her long-term financial needs. A life care plan will include information about the child's current and projected long-term medical costs. The goal of a life care plan is to estimate the child's future medical, psychological, and rehabilitation needs and identify the costs associated with those needs. When you trust your case to Hampton & King, we can assist in creating a life care plan to describe your child's current and anticipated medical and financial needs.
Contact a Houston medical malpractice lawyer from our firm to find out more.
Seeking Compensation for Cerebral Palsy
If your child has acquired cerebral palsy due to a medical error, you may be eligible for compensation for a lifetime of associated expenses. It can be difficult to prove that a medical error caused your child's cerebral palsy, so it is important to work with an experienced birth injury lawyer.
Compensation may be available for the following:
- Current and long-term medical expenses
- Other expenses
We have more than 60 years of collective experience helping people whose lives have been changed by a birth injury. We will do whatever we can to help you get the maximum compensation you need to care for your child. More than that, we work on a contingency fee basis, so you don't owe us anything unless we are successful in recovering financial damages on you or your loved one's behalf.
To learn how we can help you plan for your child's future after a serious medical error, contact a Texas cerebral palsy child lawyer to schedule a free consultation.