Cerebral Palsy cases, involving (as they nearly always do) interrupted blood or oxygen provision to the brain, are also nearly always linked to either birth injuries (which see elsewhere) or problems arising from major surgery, although brain damage of this type can also arise from very serious infections.
Cerebral Palsy symptoms can vary widely, from barely perceptible, to very seriously disabling and the potential value of a Cerebral Palsy compensation claim could equally vary from modest to many millions of pounds in the most severe of cases.
As with all such injury, very careful analysis of medical notes and history, along with specialist expert evidence, is crucial to establishing whether there has been any negligence. We have a great deal of combined experience in this sort of injury
Cerebral palsy claims