The Right Representation for Your Child’s Spastic Cerebral Palsy Case
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Making up nearly 80% of cerebral palsy cases, spastic cerebral palsy can make moving parts of the body very difficulty, depending on which type developes. Depending on how severe the condition is and which area of the body is affected, children can suffer dramatically and have difficulty performing basic tasks like holding and object.
If you think your child developed spastic cerebral palsy as a consequence of a medical professional’s negligence, you have a right to hold them accountable. Explore your options and call our Baltimore birth injury attorneys today at 410-THE-FIRM (843-3476).
How is My Child Affected by Spastic Cerebral Palsy?
Our brain’s motor cortex is connected to the spine by the pyramidal tracts. This region is the command center for coordinating our body movements. If any part of this critical region is damaged in the womb or first years of life, spastic cerebral palsy usually develops.
Children suffering from spastic cerebral palsy sometimes have stiff, tight muscles on one side or both sides of their body, move with exaggerated motion and gait and walk on their tiptoes. Symptoms generally worsen over time which further hinders mobility.
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If you believe your child suffered a birthing accident resulting in spastic cerebral palsy, find out if you have a legal case and hold the medical professionals accountable. Their actions could qualify as medical negligence and you could seek financial compensation through a medical malpractice lawsuit. Step closer toward justice and call the Snyder Law Group, LLC, to schedule your risk free consultation.