Compassionate Oklahoma Cerebral Palsy Attorneys
Has your child been diagnosed with Cerebral Palsy after a birth injury?
Doctors generally classify cerebral palsy as a group of disorders that make it difficult for a person to move, maintain balance or correct their posture. Cerebral palsy is considered the most common motor disability among children.
While the symptoms of cerebral palsy may vary between each individual, a person with severe cerebral palsy may require the assistance of special equipment to walk or might not be able to walk at all. In extreme cases, cerebral palsy may require lifelong care.
How Does Cerebral Palsy Affect Children?
Cerebral Palsy is marked by impaired coordination and other disabilities—usually caused by damage to a child’s brain before or during birth. It is the most common childhood disability in the U.S.—affecting approximately 3 in 1000 newborns.
Symptoms of Cerebral Palsy
- Exaggerated Reflexes
- Floppy or Rigid Limbs
- Involuntary Motions
Long-term treatments include physical therapy, medication, and even surgery—all of which can quickly become costly. That’s why it is important to have an experienced birth injury lawyer by your side to help get you the compensation you need.
Graves McLain Can Help
The dedicated, caring attorneys at Graves McLain will review the details of your case and act against responsible parties. Our experience in birth injury cases ensures your rights remain protected. Graves McLain will fight for justice—working hard to get the maximum compensation to help pay for your child’s lifetime care.
If your child suffers from Cerebral Palsy due to a birth injury, call Graves McLain right away at 918-359-6600. When you call one of our Birth Injury attorneys, we will speak with you for FREE and determine the best course of action.
We review every detail of your situation at no cost to you and fight hard to protect your rights. Trust our team, we are here to help. At Graves McLain, you will never pay an attorney’s fee upfront, and you owe us nothing until we win your case. At Graves McLain, we don’t get paid until you do.
Graves McLain, Serious Lawyers for Serious Injuries