Get Justice for Your Child After a Birth Injury Attorneys Fight For Fair Compensation

Our Austin, El Paso, Houston, Corpus Christi and San Antonio birth injury lawyers pursue compensation for injuries sustained during the birthing process. The experienced and compassionate attorneys at Wayne Wright LLP fight for you!

Justice for Cerebral Palsy Victims

Cerebral palsy is caused by lack of oxygen to the infant’s brain during birth. Symptoms of brain injury vary in severity, but are usually permanent, resulting in:

  • Medical bills
  • Costly medication
  • Physical therapy
  • Hospitalizations
  • Medical equipment
  • Long-term care

Contact a skilled San Antonio/Corpus Christi personal injury attorney at Wayne Wright LLP about your cerebral palsy claim.

Symptoms of Cerebral Palsy

The symptoms of cerebral palsy may not be obvious immediately after birth. Contact our San Antonio / Corpus Christi birth injury attorneys as soon as you suspect your baby has symptoms of cerebral palsy, including:

  • Delayed developmental milestones
  • Retention of infantile reflexes (which fades within three to six months in normal development)
  • Awkward, unequal distribution of motor skills between the left and right side of the body before the age of 18 months

Medical Complications of Cerebral Palsy

Many medical complications result from cerebral palsy. Some of the problems associated with cerebral palsy include:

  • Stiff and spastic muscles
  • Skeletal deformities
  • Mental retardation
  • Seizures
  • Speech problems
  • Difficulty swallowing
  • Hearing and/or vision loss
  • Bowel or bladder incontinence

Representing Erbs Palsy Claims

Erbs Palsy is a birth injury that sometimes occurs during difficult deliveries. Our birth injury attorneys can represent your case. We will attempt to get you the compensation you need to help cover the costs, medical assistance and therapy. Contact our attorneys if you suspect that your child suffers from Erbs Palsy.

Medical Complications Related to Erbs Palsy

Erbs Palsy is caused by nerve damage to the brachial plexus, a network of nerves which conducts signals from the spinal cord to the hands and arms. An infant with Erbs Palsy may have one paralyzed arm and hand. Successful treatment is possible; however, it requires extensive, costly and time-consuming physical therapy.

Compensation for Improper Delivery

The attorneys at Wayne Wright LLP represent families of infants injured during improper deliveries. An improper delivery may occur when medical professionals:

  • Refuse to perform a cesarean section when necessary
  • Wait too long to perform a cesarean
  • Misuse instruments such as forceps or suction cups

Contact our attorneys to discuss your claim.

Representing Victims of Birth Injuries

Contact Wayne Wright LLP to speak with the attorneys about your case. Our attorneys help families gain the financial compensation they need to deal with their children’s health care and medical treatments.

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