Rockville Cerebral Palsy Medical Malpractice Law Firm: Legal Service Updated

As part of its medical malpractice legal representation service, the law firm now has a new unit dedicated to handling cerebral palsy cases. The Rockville, MD, medical malpractice lawyers help families who believe their child’s cerebral palsy diagnosis resulted from medical negligence seek justice and compensation.

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Maryland Injury Guys understand the emotional and financial toll a diagnosis of such nature can take on affected families. As such, its service now encompasses an initial consultation offered at no cost to the claimant, along with no-win, no-fee legal representation.

Though cerebral palsy is a rare condition, with only four in 1,000 children diagnosed with it, according to recent data from the CDC, when it does happen, it can leave the victim with a severe disability and the need for lifelong care.

Maryland Injury Guys explains that some cases of cerebral palsy are not caused by medical malpractice, which is why establishing a case of negligence is vital to cerebral palsy claims.

The attorneys have ample experience in handling cases involving medical malpractice leading to cerebral palsy and can help claimants gather relevant pieces of evidence to build their cases.

Consequently, if the actions or inaction of a healthcare provider or medical facility during or after delivery caused the condition, Maryland Injury Guys will fight to help clients get compensation for the damages sustained. The team focuses on securing compensation that covers the victims’ past and ongoing medical expenses, home modifications such as adding a ramp or lift for interior stairs, medical equipment, and lost income.

About Maryland Injury Guys

Led by Aaron Blank, Esq., Maryland Injury Guys represents clients in cases involving medical malpractice, personal injury, auto accidents, and wrongful death. The practice is committed to fighting for the rights of individuals who suffered an injury because of someone else’s negligence.

“There is no need to attempt to file a medical malpractice claim yourself. As an experienced cerebral palsy law firm, we know what information to collect, what paperwork to file, and how to proceed after a CP diagnosis,” a spokesperson for the firm said. “Because there are statutes of limitations around medical negligence, it is important to contact a law firm that has experience in filing birth injury lawsuits. Our Maryland cerebral palsy lawyers are available 24/7 for a free consultation.”

Additional information can be found at

Maryland Injury Guys Rockville

2000 Veirs Mill Rd a,

United States

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