All of us have benefitted from the kindness of Janet, Janet & Suggs, LLC (JJS), as their founder, Howard Janet, partnered with CP families to create CPFN. Through their efforts, we have created friendships that will last a lifetime and been equipped with the wisdom of how to best care for our children. In addition, JJS has fought for many of us, seeking justice and compensation when medical negligence was the cause of CP. A few of our families have shared their story below of how JJS delivered the justice and compensations the families desperately needed, as well as a few verdicts & settlements recovered by JJS.

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CPFN Testimonials

The story of a traumatic, delayed delivery which resulted in Jordan’s CP, and how his mother’s faith, patience and perseverance allowed her find justice on behalf of her son. Learn more about Jordan’s story >>>

Rachel, the grandmother of Jakob, a young boy with CP, shares the story of his difficult birth and delivery. Learn more about Jakob’s story >>>

The captivating personal story of a mother going through a malpractice case. Learn more about Lizzy’s story >>>

 

 

Verdicts & Settlements

A jury found that delays in performing an urgently needed cesarean section resulted in a baby developing severe brain damage and cerebral palsy.

One of the largest medical malpractice jury verdicts ever won in the District of Columbia, obtained for a child who suffered brain damage and cerebral palsy because her doctors failed to properly diagnose and respond to an airway obstruction.

Verdict obtained on behalf of a child who developed spastic quadriplegic cerebral palsy after the mother was taken off of continuous electronic fetal monitoring and placed on intermittent monitoring despite unknown risk factors.

An infant developed cerebral palsy after signs of infection were not immediately treated by emergency room personnel.