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Free cerebral palsy case review


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A case review is simple and free

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1. Contact us

Call us today at (855) 220-1101, use our online chat, or fill out our form.

We research your case

2. We research your case

We build your claim to get money while you focus on caring for your family.

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3. Get compensation

We have helped families secure over $862 million in financial compensation.

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No diagnosis is required to receive help

The sooner you call, the more we can help

Recognizing any sort of developmental delay in your child can be very hard. All of our children are perfect the way they are. If your child is not meeting important developmental milestones, there may have been complications in prenatal care and/or during the birthing process. Contact us so we can listen to your story and help you figure out your next steps.

Recent cerebral palsy lawsuit payouts

The average payout is $1 million for cerebral palsy and other birth injury medical malpractice lawsuits. Our partner law firms will fight to secure the maximum compensation you and your family deserve.

These are some cerebral palsy settlements and verdicts our legal partners have helped families secure.

$10.4 million in Pennsylvania
$9 million in Colorado
$8 million in New York
$7.8 million in Florida
$5.9 million in Texas
$4.1 million in New Jersey

In the United States, a baby is born with cerebral palsy every hour.

Medical costs for children with cerebral palsy are 10 times higher than those without it.

The estimated lifetime cost to care for an individual with cerebral palsy is over $1.5 million.

Organizations we support

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  • Gray logo for the Children's Hemiplegia and Stroke Association (CHASA)
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