In fact, over the past three years alone, Ross Feller Casey attorneys have recovered well in excess of $600 million for their clients, and have resolved more significant birth injury lawsuits than any other Pennsylvania firm.
Ross Feller Casey is uniquely qualified to litigate cerebral palsy lawsuits, in part because we have something rare among personal injury law firms – a team of Ivy League trained doctors right on staff. The team includes Dr. Charles H. Bowers, a nationally recognized physician with more than three decades of experience in both surgery and Obstetrics and Gynecology.
Cerebral palsy, or CP, is an umbrella group of disorders that can affect muscle control, sensation, head control, walking, muscle tone, coordination and cognitive functioning. It afflicts about a half million people in the U.S. and is caused by injury or abnormal development in the immature brain, most often before birth. In many cases, a medical error occurred during the birth process that damaged specific areas of the child’s brain that control motor functions.
A lack of oxygen to the brain (asphyxia) related to difficult labor or delivery is among the consequences
Most children with cerebral palsy are born with it, although it may not be detected until months or years later. The early signs of CP—mainly a lack of muscle coordination and control—usually appear before a child reaches 3 years of age. There is no cure for cerebral palsy, but there are treatments and therapies to help a person be as independent as possible.
Are you wondering: How do I find a cerebral palsy lawyer near me?
The firm handles all its cases, including cerebral palsy lawsuits in Philadelphia and throughout Pennsylvania, on a contingency basis, so there will never be a cost to you unless there is a financial recovery in your case.
If you or a loved one has cerebral palsy or has suffered another birth injury, one of our attorneys specializing in cerebral palsy lawsuits can assist you in determining if you have a case. Ross Feller Casey offers a free case evaluation.
You may still be able to investigate a potential claim even if the injury occurred some time ago, but your time may be running out. Please contact us now to arrange a free consultation with an experienced Philadelphia cerebral palsy attorney.