In Pittsburgh and Western Pennsylvania there is a great resource for parents of children who have cerebral palsy, United Cerebral Palsy of Pittsburgh. UPC of Pittsburgh has been in existence since 1951 UCP of Pittsburgh's 800 staff members help hundreds of people with disabilities every day. United Cerebral Palsy of Pittsburgh is the third largest disability provider in Western Pennsylvania. UCP of Pittsburgh provides Children & Family Services, Adult Services and Community Services.Although UCP of Pittsburgh is a great resource for parents of children who have cerebral palsy or CP, in most instances providing the proper care and paying for that care is beyond a parent's ability and financial resources. If you are having trouble obtaining the care your child needs and you have reason to believe that your child's cerebral palsy is the result of something that happened during the pregnancy or labor and delivery, you should contact one of our firm's lawyers. To learn more click here to see our Library article on Cerebral Palsy. We have been able to obtain verdicts and settlements that have allowed parents of children who have cerebral palsy because of medical malpractice to have the ability to pay for the care their child needs and deserves.If you think your child's cerebral palsy was caused by the negligence of a doctor or hospital personnel, please call us at 412-471-4300, or click here. Berger & Lagnese, headquartered in Pittsburgh, specializes in medical malpractice and works on cases in Pittsburgh, Greensburg, Uniontown, Erie, Washington, and all courts in Western Pennsylvania.