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What is Spastic Quadriplegia?

Spastic Quadriplegia is the most severe form of Spastic Cerebral Palsy. If your child has Spastic Quadriplegia, they are also likely to have mental retardation. With Spastic Quadriplegia, both arms, both legs, and the body are affected. Children with Spastic Quadriplegia have difficulty walking and talking, and they often experience seizures.

Cerebral Palsy Lawyers in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Represent Birth Injury Victims

Cerebral palsy is a birth injury that affects muscle coordination. Those afflicted with CP generally have a difficult time mastering their motor skills, and thus have a more troublesome experience with mundane tasks. Spastic Cerebral Palsy comes in three different forms: Spastic Diplegia, Spastic Hemiplegia, and Spastic Quadriplegia, with quadriplegia being the most detrimental to one's health. If you or someone you love has recently given birth to a child who has cerebral palsy at UPMC Presbyterian Shadyside, UPMC Mercy or any hospital in the Pittsburgh, PA area, the attorneys at Berger & Lagnese, LLC can help you figure out the best course of action.

Contact the Experienced Cerebral Palsy Lawyers Pittsburgh, PA at Berger & Lagnese, LLC for a Free Consultation

Finding out your child has Cerebral Palsy can be a devastating blow to any family. Not only is the emotional pain traumatizing enough, but the financial implications of having a disabled child can be astronomical. This is why it is so important to act swiftly and hire an experienced birth injury attorney the second you discover your child's condition. Contact the skilled Pennsylvania Birth Injury Lawyers at Berger & Lagnese, LLC to discuss your case. Our office is located at 310 Grant St #720, Pittsburgh, PA 15219, and we can be reached either online or via phone at 412-471-5300.