New Mexico Cerebral Palsy

Cerebral Palsy is a condition known to affect a child's motor control. Symptoms commonly include difficulty with walking, bladder control, head movements, hearing, sight, speech, writing, and seizures. Not all occurrences of New Mexico Cerebral Palsy incidents are actionable. Rather, roughly 20% of all New Mexico Cerebral Palsy incidents are caused by head injury, infection, or serious illness. Other causes of New Mexico Cerebral Palsy include complications that arise during child birth and delivery. Although some incidents of Cerebral Palsy are unavoidable even given the best medical care, the New Mexico Cerebral Palsy lawyers at the Fine Law Firm strive to evaluate all New Mexico Cerebral Palsy claims that our clients contact us regarding to determine if there is anything that can be done to help with the high medical expenses that are certain to follow.

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