$25 Million Settlement
Burns & Electrical Injuries
The best burn injury and electrocution attorneys
Hundreds of electrocutions happen every year. Rural, suburban, and urban Kansas are no exception. Dr. Brad Bradshaw’s team of experienced electrocution accident attorneys in Kansas help clients fight insurance companies and navigate the legal, medical, and financial ramifications of electrical injuries and burn injuries with a proven track record of success.
Our network of allied attorneys spans from west to east Kansas, including cities like Wichita, Overland Park, Kansas City, Olathe, Topeka, Lawrence, Shawnee, Manhattan, Lenexa, Salina, Hutchinson, Leavenworth, Leawood, Dodge City, Garden City, and many others.
If you or a loved one sustained an injury from an electrocution or burn, Dr. Brad Bradshaw’s Law Firm can evaluate your case and help you start the legal process for recovering damages for your injury.
Vetted Electrocution and Burn Lawyers
Vetting, or “to check someone or something carefully to find out if they are acceptable or suitable for a particular job or use,” is a key aspect of our approach to successful outcomes. Dr. Brad Bradshaw’s Law Firm takes the guesswork out of finding accomplished electrocution and burn injury lawyers in Kansas. We research, find, and ally with electrocution and burn injury trial lawyers who have proven knowledge in these cases, both in settlements and litigation so we can partner you with the right attorney for wherever you are in the state.
Experienced Electrocution and Burn Injury Lawyers
Having experience with successfully handling electrocution and burn injury cases is essential in the attorneys we partner with in Kansas. You get the best results with a team that already knows what they are doing and because they’ve done it successfully before.
Nothing proves success like results, and we aren’t the only ones who keep track of the results of Kansas lawyers we ally with. Insurance companies keep these lists as well and often have more respect for, and sometimes pay much larger settlements to lawyers with a track record of big verdicts and settlements. We are happy to provide clients with a list of attorneys’ results in settlements and verdicts, after all, our job is to match you and your case to the right lawyer with proven success.
With Dr. Brad Bradshaw’s Law Firm, you never have to worry about your lawyer not staying on top of your case or not returning your calls. We answer our phones all hours of day and night because we know how important it is for our clients to get the answers they need.
Our burn injury law process
In Kansas, winning settlements and verdicts at trial requires understanding the medicine just as well as the laws that pertain to it. Electrical injury and burn injury cases are a unique type of negligence that requires a skilled trial lawyer. The legal team you have is one of the biggest factors in whether your case has a favorable outcome.
Besides being a successful trial lawyer, Our law firm’s founder Dr. Brad Bradshaw is a physician with specialized training in trauma surgery, equipped with the ability to understand the lifetime effects of these injuries.
If an electrical injury or burn is impacting you or a loved one, our team can evaluate your case and match you with a knowledgeable legal team to maximize your recovery.
We have success in a variety of electrical injury and burn cases, getting our clients the money they deserve.
$25 Million Settlement
Burns & Electrical Injuries
Why are electrical injuries and burns closely associated?
Electrical injuries send current through the body and set clothing and tissue on fire. Nearly all electrical injuries involve burns. Sometimes these burns are only to the tissue but they often include exterior burns so tissues burn from the electrical current and from clothing being set on fire by the electrical current.
What do I do if I or a loved one have suffered from an electrical injury or burn?
It’s vital to keep all of your medical appointments if you’ve suffered an electrical injury or burn in Kansas. One way the insurance companies argue a person failed to mitigate their damages is failing to keep follow-up appointments and juries usually believe injured people keep their follow-up appointments. Additionally, in some states, the court can reduce your money recovery for failure to “mitigate” your damages.
How much compensation can I receive from an electrocution and burn case?
There are five basic types of damages that you might receive compensation for in an electrocution and burn case. We define them below as a jury would receive in trying to determine what to award in an electrocution and burn case:
Burn injury law in Kansas.
Overhead power lines, defective electrical cords or outlets, recreational fires, car or tanker truck fires, explosions, apartment or house fires, and work fires are some of the most common sources of electrical injury or burn injury.
At Dr. Brad Bradshaw’s law firm, we understand burns or electrocutions do not only cause physical injuries and severe disfigurements, but can also inflict terrible psychological injuries that last decades, or even a lifetime.
The insurance companies that insure against these accidents often work hard to minimize the recovery of victims after the fact. In order to maximize your recovery, we look for and work with experienced, successful Kansas burn and electrical injury lawyers. This local approach backed by a national reach allows us to provide some of the best representation at a low fee to maximize net recovery.
These cases tend to require one or more highly specialized expert witnesses. Therefore, in these severe burn injury and electrical injury cases, we want to have a knowledgeable and resourceful legal team at your side that can prove your case and all your damages. These damages include past and future medical care, pain and suffering, psychological care, past and future lost wages, and much more.
In conjunction with this experienced legal team, our Kansas law firm works with trained Life Care Planners that prepare comprehensive reports that illustrate your current and future medical care needs—and the costs of such care. With input from an economist, these planners make sure to include inflation and related financial concepts to ensure all damages are covered, including future expenses for your lifetime.
We are here to help you hold negligible parties accountable. Insurance companies have millions and, in some cases, billions of dollars in reserves. That money should go to compensate the injured, not to line the pockets of insurance company CEOs. People and businesses pay insurance premiums for this very reason—to help the wounded. Hire a legal team that will make sure that the money goes to support the wrongly injured. If you or a loved one have suffered from an electrical injury or burn, contact our team today.