If you or someone you love suffers from cerebral palsy, it can be difficult for all involved. The sufferer will likely need care and support by those closest to them in order to move forward and it can put added financial and emotional stress on the family unit.
In most cases, cerebral palsy is a naturally occurring event with no obvious cause, however in some instances it can be the result of medical negligence, either before or after birth. In these particular cases you may be able to make a claim for cerebral palsy medical negligence compensation. Making a claim for compensation can never make up for what happened, but it can ensure the patient’s quality of life is improved and that the care they receive in the future is of the highest standard.
Shine Lawyers have expert lawyers who are experienced in acting for those affected by cerebral palsy, and can help you start a cerebral palsy compensation claim.
The cerebral palsy compensation legal process
Everyone’s situation is unique and no two cerebral palsy claims are the same. The below video provides a simple, step-by-step guide to bringing a legal claim for compensation with Shine.
How cerebral palsy compensation gets calculated
Depending on the nature of your cerebral palsy compensation claim, generally speaking, a monetary value is placed on the gap between your predicted life path before the incident, and your actual life path since the incident. The care and support required is also a factor in how compensation gets calculated.
Shine Lawyers can help
If you believe you or a loved one has been injured as a result of medical neligence, get in touch with Shine via phone or the contact form below for an obligation-free consultation. We offer our cerebral palsy compensation claims services on a No Win, No Fee basis so you don't have to worry about out-of-pocket legal expenses.
For more information about cerebral palsy compensation claims, see our Common Questions section below.