Looking for help for your child or someone you knwo with cerebral palsy? There are services, programs and resources available in the Washington D.C. area.
But if you are caring for a child with cerebral palsy, who may not be able to walk, feed herself or talk, or if you are caring for any disabled or special needs child, you don't have time to run around looking for resources and programs. You have to spend your time caring for your child.
If this is you, we know what it's like.
You see, we've worked with many families like you over the years and we've helped a lot of parents get the resources their child deserves. We've used our experience and contacts as medical malpractice lawyers to publish a list of resources parents should consider for their disabled child.
Our cases involve providing compensation for the needs of a child with cerebral palsy - medical care, housing, transportation, healthcare, education, recreation, enrichment and anything else that will help the child. And that's both now and in the future. So a successful medical malpractice case against a hospital, for example, can provide the money required to get all of the services someone with cerebral palsy needs.
And since we've worked with so many parents of special needs kids, they've let us know what works and what doesn't and given us ideas and topics to research and make children's lives better.
We've collected the information and published it in Getting Everything Your Special Needs Child Deserves: A Parent's Guide to Resources.
We don't know of any other medical malpractice lawyers who do this and we don't care. We give this information away to parents of disabled children, at our expense, for free. It doesn't matter whether their injuries or damages were caused by medical malpractice - its available to ALL parents who need resources for their child in the Washington, D.C. area.
We hope it can help you and your child.
Just call us today at (202) 393 - 3320 and order your free, no obligation copy of this resource guide. But call today, because supplies are limited.