Get the Help You Need for Birth Injury Litigation
Some families feel alienated and alone after their children suffer from cerebral palsy during pregnancy, labor or birth. If you are in this situation, you might not know where to turn. You think your doctor might be at fault and liable, but you don't know. Perhaps you don't know anyone else who has been through this type of tragedy, so you don't know where to turn for answers.
Contact us. At the law firm of McKeen & Associates, P.C., we have been helping people just like you for more than 25 years. In that time, our cerebral palsy attorneys have gained the experience and skill to handle your case with professionalism and care. We have compassion for our clients. When you need someone on your side, contact McKeen & Associates, P.C.
We have developed a track record of successful cases for our clients, including million dollar and multi-million dollar verdicts and settlements. The Detroit News has called attorney Brian McKeen "Michigan's most winning medical malpractice lawyer." From our Michigan home office, we have helped many clients throughout the nation — including Arizona — obtain compensation for cerebral palsy and other birth injuries resulting from medical malpractice.
Birth Trauma Lawyer | Causes of Cerebral Palsy
Although cerebral palsy (CP) can arise from genetic causes or unavoidable illnesses and infections, there are many cases in which the obstetrician or other medical professional acts negligently, directly causing the child's CP. This type of negligence can happen at any point in the pregnancy, labor and delivery.
We have the experience to spot the causes of cerebral palsy and to establish medical negligence. We are also well versed on the legal process involved, from the finer points of settlement negotiation to the most complex expert medical witness testimony at trial and appeal. We will use this knowledge and experience to fight for you and your family.
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E-mail us or call us at 1-866-585-1076 to discuss your cerebral palsy case.