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I don’t have much money, will that prohibit me from pursuing a legal claim for my child with CP?

Most lawyers who represent families in lawsuits involving medical negligence and birth injuries work on a contingency fee. Under the terms of most contingency fee arrangements, the lawyers receive a fixed percentage of the recovery via settlement or trial.

No out-of-pocket expenses…

When it comes to the costs associated with a cerebral palsy lawsuit, most lawyer similarly advance case costs

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Irish Woman Receives $3.6M in Birth Injury Law Suit

23 years after being born during an poorly performed birth delivery, an Irish woman confined to her wheel chair was awarded 2.5M euros, which converts to over $3.6 million dollars.
Lauren Tinney was born in 1988 at the Letterkenny General Hospital.  During the birth it was claimed that Lauren suffered from fetal distress and asphyxiation, and was not properly monitored…

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Large Sum Awarded in Cerebral Palsy Birth Injury Case

A settlement case in Great Britain awarded a 12-year-old boy 8 million pounds, or almost 13 million U.S. dollars, after a birth injury left him with the muscle condition known as cerebral palsy.

The allegations behind the birth injury settlement…

During delivery Nathan was starved of oxygen, which lawyers argued could have been caught if the hospital staff were properly

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