CHICAGO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Rosenfeld Injury Lawyers is proud to announce the launch of Cerebral Palsy Lawyers FAQ, a new website devoted to informing parents of children with cerebral palsy of their medical and legal rights following a diagnosis.
When parents first realize their child is going to face a life full of obstacles it can be confusing and upsetting. When mixed with the realization that their child’s life was forever altered due to a medical error, parents need somewhere to turn to find facts and provide their child with the compensation they deserve.
Cerebral Palsy Lawyers FAQ provides access to accurate, user-friendly, and relevant information. The site is built with a similar question-and-answer format that has made Rosenfeld’s Bed Sore FAQ site a leading web resource for those seeking information about bed sores in a nursing home or hospital.
Families looking to investigate the circumstances surrounding a birth injury should visit Cerebral Palsy Lawyers FAQ. They will find information on attorneys who have evaluated and prosecuted birth injury cases that were due to: failing to order a cesarean section in a timely fashion; failing to test the bilirubin level of a newborn; not monitoring for fetal distress; never communicating problems to physicians; meconium aspiration syndrome during delivery.
“We are looking to reach parents of children with cerebral palsy and other birth injuries who need a lawyer they can trust to represent their family,” said Jonathan Rosenfeld, an Illinois lawyer with nationwide practice. “Those with birth injuries have the same rights as everyone else, and they deserve to be treated with compassion and respect.”
“We hope this site will be a place that parents whose children have cerebral palsy can look to for information and resources. It will be a one-stop shop for parents who are looking to help their children,” Rosenfeld said.
Headed by Jonathan Rosenfeld, Rosenfeld Injury Lawyers is a team of seasoned legal professionals who represent children in medical malpractice cases involving the negligence of physicians and hospitals. It is their mission to represent the very young and protect them against those who injure, neglect, or abuse them.