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Different Types of Cerebral Palsy

What are the Different Types & Symptoms of Cerebral Palsy?

Cerebral palsy is a general term for a wide range of neurological disorders that develop as a result of damage to the brain during pregnancy, birth or within the first few years of life. This condition usually results in low muscle tone, unsteady movements and posture and uncontrollable spasms. While there are a few common types of cerebral palsy, they don’t always develop in isolation and some people suffer from more than one type. The most common types of cerebral palsy include:

  • Ataxic Cerebral Palsy
  • Athetoid Cerebral Palsy
  • Spastic Cerebral Palsy
  • Mild Cerebral Palsy

Spastic cerebral palsy occurs in combinations with one of the other types in 30% of cases. In addition to these, numerous other minor forms of cerebral palsy have developed in rare instances.

How The Snyder Law Group, LLC, Can Help

No matter which form of cerebral develops, the disorder has long-lasting and debilitating effects. Our team of professional litigators understand that your family deserves resources to provide the care your child will need throughout their life. Speak with a Baltimore medical malpractice lawyer at the Snyder Law Group, LLC, if your child suffers from cerebral palsy.

Over countless cases spanning several decades, our expert lawyers have honed their skills to provide you with the best possible representation. Their passion and expertise has paid off for Baltimore families who have won verdicts and settlements totaling hundreds of millions of dollars*. Our industry has taken note of our aggressive representation as judges, legal scholars and juries have given our approach praise. You can trust that the Snyder Law Group, LLC, is prepared to win on your behalf.

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