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What is the first step towards pursuing a cerebral palsy lawsuit?

Before a cerebral palsy lawsuit can be initiated, the circumstances of the particular case must be carefully evaluated by lawyers and doctors to determine if the negligence of the physician or other medical professional was to blame for your child’s cerebral palsy.

 

Getting medical records and fetal monitoring strips…

Paramount to evaluating cerebral palsy cases, are the medical records.

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Parents of Brain-Damaged Toddler Seek Answers About Failed Heart Surgery

The parents of a Seattle toddler are still seeking answers about what happened during a failed heart surgery last year at Seattle Children’s Hospital.

Injury during catheterization surgery…

The boy’s father, Nasir Ali, says his son, Osman, was unnecessarily injured when a large blood vessel tore open in his lungs. The accident happened as doctors tried to expand a narrow

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