Boy with Cerebral Palsy gets Moment with High School Team

A 17-year-old from Massachusetts who was born with cerebral palsy is making headlines after getting to help close out his high school football team’s season at home.

Will Fahey's birth injury limits him to a wheelchair, but has rarely gotten in his way of missing any of his Wellesley High School Raiders football games in the last six years. He showed up ar practices so frequently that  the coach eventually allowed him to participate in the team practices as well.

That participation was taken to a new level recently at the beginning of the Raiders final home game of the season. The team arranged for Fahey to not only be participating with the team on game day, but also take the team’s first snap of the game.

Fahey’s inspiring story has led to a lot of media attention including NFL.com and CBS This Morning.

If you or a loved one has been diagnosed with a birth injury that may have been caused by medical error, call Sokolove Law today for a free legal consultation regarding a cerebral palsy lawsuit.

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