New York Cerebral Palsy Lawyer from The Perecman Firm Sees Hope in a Protein that Prevents Cerebral Palsy-like Brain Damage in Mice


New York cerebral palsy lawyer David Perecman comments on new research from the Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis. Scientists at the school recently have shown that a protective protein may help prevent the kind of brain damage that occurs in babies with cerebral palsy.

New York cerebral palsy lawyer Perecman believes the finding may offer a new strategy for treating cerebral palsy.

“This is good news for individuals and families affected by cerebral palsy,” said Perecman, a cerebral palsy lawyer in New York for over 30 years.

According to, approximately 2-3 children in the United States per 1000 have cerebral palsy.

"We look forward to more study in this area. If clinical trials on humans support the findings then these results will be incredibly important," said New York cerebral palsy lawyer Perecman, founder of The Perecman Firm, one of New York’s cerebral palsy law firms.

Cerebral palsy is often attributed to problems during birth and medical mistakes can be the cause of cerebral palsy, according to New York cerebral palsy lawyers at The Perecman Firm.

If a child suffers a birth injury such as cerebral palsy due to medical malpractice or medical negligence in New York, it is essential to find a cerebral palsy lawyer in New York with experience with these difficult birth injury cases. The medical information presented in these cases is highly specialized.

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