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What is Hypotonic Cerebral Palsy?

If your baby has Hypotonic Cerebral Palsy, they will develop muscle control problems very early in life. Their head will seem floppy and they will not be able to control their head when sitting up. Also, the development of their motor skills will be delayed.

Cerebral Palsy Lawyers in Pittsburgh, PA Represent Clients with Birth Injuries Across Western Pennsylvania

Hypotonic Cerebral Palsy is just one of the five main forms of cerebral palsy that can affect newborns. The others are Spastic Cerebral Palsy, Athetoid Dyskinetic Cerebral Palsy, Ataxic Cerebral Palsy and Mixed Cerebral Palsy. Regardless of which form of cerebral palsy your child has, they are all tragic and will all require extensive medical accommodations throughout their life. This is why it is vital to hire a Pittsburgh birth injury attorney when your child is diagnosed with a birth defect of any sort. The team at Berger & Lagnese, LLC has handled an extensive amount of different birth injury cases, ranging from erb's palsy to brain damage from placenta previa.


Contact Skilled Birth Injury Lawyers in Pittsburgh, PA at Berger & Lagnese, LLC

Cerebral Palsy is estimated to affect about 2-3 out of every 1000 children born, and it can happen anywhere. Even the top hospitals in Pittsburgh, such as Jefferson Hospital, UPMC Mercy or Allegheny General Hospital can make a negligent mistake that could cause your child difficulty for the rest of their life. If your child has suffered an injury at birth, contact the Pittsburgh medical malpractice lawyers at Berger & Lagnese, LLC in for a free consultation. Our office is conveniently located at 310 Grant St #720, Pittsburgh, PA 15219 and we can be reached either online here or at (412) 275-4122.