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A child can develop cerebral palsy at any time during their first three years. For signs on how to identify cerebral palsy early, read here:

http://www.birthinjurysettlement.com/articles/recognizing-cerebral-palsy/
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If you believe a medical professional caused your child to develop cerebral palsy and you are seeking to pursue a lawsuit, it may be in your best interest to hire an attorney. To learn how a lawyer can be helpful in the early stages of legal action, read here:

http://www.birthinjurysettlement.com/articles/how-an-attorney-can-help-in-the-early-stages-of-legal-action/
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It is a possibility for a child to lose their hearing when living with cerebral palsy. Unfortunately, this can dramatically impact a child's life and leave them with many life-long obstacles. Some common complications from hearing loss are:

http://www.birthinjurysettlement.com/articles/cerebral-palsy-and-hearing-loss/
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The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recently released a study that shows there has been no dramatic decrease in the number of children born with cerebral palsy. Details on the study's findings, here:

http://www.birthinjurysettlement.com/blog/2015/12/19/new-study-finds-cerebral-palsy-diagnoses-rate-holding-steady/

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If a doctor is negligent during delivery, they could cause damage to a newborn's brachial plexus, a group of nerves that run from the spine to the hand. Learn the three major types of brachial plexus injuries, here:

http://www.birthinjurysettlement.com/articles/types-of-brachial-plexus-lesions/
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Depending on what type of cerebral palsy a child has may depend on what type of treatment they receive. Some type-specific treatments are:

http://www.birthinjurysettlement.com/articles/how-does-the-type-of-cerebral-palsy-affect-treatment/
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How might orthopedic surgery help with cerebral palsy? Find out, here:

http://www.birthinjurysettlement.com/articles/how-can-orthopedic-surgery-help-with-cerebral-palsy/
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At our firm, we protect children and their families who have been affected by cerebral palsy. If your child's condition was caused by a negligent medical professional, contact us today at (314) 932-3232 and we can begin discussing your options.

http://www.birthinjurysettlement.com/contact/
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Unfortunately, there are some cerebral palsy cases that are more severe than others. For example, in addition to the condition affecting one's physical abilities, there are some that lose their cognitive abilities. Learn more, here:

http://www.birthinjurysettlement.com/articles/cerebral-palsy-and-cognitive-disability/

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There are several ways cerebral palsy can manifest. Learn the different types, here:

http://www.birthinjurysettlement.com/blog/2015/12/15/different-types-of-cerebral-palsy/
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