We want to help make a positive impact on the lives of as many children and families living with CP as we can through our
babies are born with CP every year. We understand the challenges and toll this takes on individuals and their families.
About Cerebral Palsy
The word “cerebral” refers to the brain’s cerebrum, which is the part of the brain that regulates motor function. “Palsy” describes the paralysis of voluntary movement in certain parts of the body.
Cerebral Palsy By The Numbers
people in the U.S. have CP — it is the most common childhood physical disability.
main types of CP affect individuals – spastic, athetoid/dyskinetic, ataxic and mixed.
1 in 3
people with CP are not able to walk and require mobility aids.
3 in 4
people with CP are able to verbally communicate.
is the average annual cost of caring for a child with CP
The #MyWish Fund
We believe granting a wish can change a life. In honor of National Cerebral Palsy Awareness Month, we’re now collecting submissions for our #MyWish Fund to help those living with CP live a better life.
Thank you for your submission to the My Wish Fund. Entries are now closed, and we will be reviewing submissions throughout the upcoming weeks. Stay connected and follow the Cerebral Palsy Family Network on Facebook.
About Janet, Janet & Suggs, LLC
At Janet, Janet & Suggs, LLC, we understand the life-altering physical, emotional and financial consequences a preventable birth injury can have on your child and your family. For more than 30 years, our award-winning birth injury lawyers and medical professionals have worked to uncover medical errors and fight for the justice victims deserve, securing verdicts and settlements totaling over a billion dollars.
Unlike most birth injury firms, we have a board-certified OB-GYN and a team of medical professionals on-staff, which allows us to review medical records in-house, investigate cases faster and find mistakes that other firms have missed. Our team is dedicated to helping families impacted by birth injuries secure the maximum compensation to which they are entitled so they can stabilize their financial future and ensure their child is provided with the appropriate care needed throughout his or her life.
If you believe your child suffered an injury during or after birth, don’t suffer in silence -- trust the firm that has been consulted by more than 20,000 birth injury victims across the United States, won multiple record-setting verdicts and negotiated life-changing settlements for families just like yours. At JJS, we do more than talk about helping those impacted by birth injuries -- we fight for the justice victims and their families deserve.