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by Jeff Rasansky - December 5, 2013
Jeff Rasansky
Jeff Rasansky, managing partner of Rasansky Law Firm, is an aggressive Dallas personal injury lawyer with 25 years of legal experience.

How a lawyer helps children with cerebral palsy.

Cerebral palsy in infants is sometimes a reason to sue. Cerebral palsy causes significant problems with mobility and can have serious impacts on a child’s life. They will have more medical expenses and, likely, less potential to earn. While they are young, children with cerebral palsy will  have greater needs. This means the parents will have to spend a lot of money to make sure that their children have the help and support they need—emotional, medical and financial—to have the best opportunities available. Hiring a Texas cerebral palsy attorney is one way to seek these damages.


What a Lawyer Can Do

A cerebral palsy lawyer will have experience in determining whether or not a child’s injury was the result of medical negligence. They’ll also have access to resources that will help them make more accurate choices and decide whether or not there is a case worth pursuing. If it is, the lawyer may advise you to move forward, press a legal action against the doctor or healthcare provider and go to court. They’ll help you prepare for court and represent you during the trial.

The lawyer will attempt to show the jury that the cerebral palsy occurred because of medical negligence on the part of the healthcare provider. If they successfully argue this, the jury may decide to award you all or part of the money you’re seeking in damages. The party being sued also may just want to settle with you if you have a very strong case or a very good lawyer. This is a way that they can avoid having to pay the costs of going to trial when they know they’re likely to lose the case, anyway. There’s no way, however, that a lawyer can tell you that any of these scenarios will happen before the case is actually heard by a jury.

If the lawyer decides to take on your case, ask them about a contingency agreement. This means they get paid if they win your claim, but not otherwise. It’s the best way to safeguard your money and to make sure that you don’t end up paying to have a lawyer’s services if they don’t manage to actually win your claim for you. Under these agreements, it’s possible for anyone, regardless of how much money they have on hand, to pursue a claim all the way through a court trial.

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