Medical Malpractice Attorneys in Washington D.C.

Washington D.C. Birth Trauma and Cerebral Palsy Medical Malpractice Allied Attorneys

If you or a loved one has experienced a birth trauma, cerebral palsy, or medical malpractice related injury in Washington D.C., Dr. Brad Bradshaw’s law firm can help you.

Trusted Birth Trauma and Cerebral Palsy Medical Malpractice Allied Attorneys

In connection with the Washington D.C. Association of Trial Lawyers, Dr. Brad Bradshaw’s Law Firm seeks out, vets, and allies with attorneys who have proven records of success medical malpractice cases related to birth trauma and cerebral palsy. 

We use our connections to match you with an appropriate attorney to represent you in rural Washington D.C., or any of the following cities: Seattle, Spokane, Tacoma, Vancouver, Bellevue, Kent, Everett, Renton, Spokane Valley, Federal Way, Yakima, Kirkland, Bellingham, Kennewick, Auburn, and many others.

Dr. Brad Bradshaw’s Law Firm is ready to help you or a loved one who has sustained injuries as a result of medical malpractice related to birth trauma or cerebral palsy. We will evaluate your case, and put together the best legal team to maximize both your personal, and financial recovery.

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Benefits of working with Dr. Brad Bradshaw's Law Firm

Vetted Birth Trauma and Medical Malpractice Injury Lawyers

Dr. Brad Bradshaw’s Law Firm is committed to taking the guesswork out of finding a quality, experienced birth trauma, cerebral palsy, and medical malpractice lawyer. We will research, vet, and pair you with allied lawyers who specialize in medical malpractices related to your case who have records of success and knowledge in both litigation and settlements. No matter where you are in Washington D.C., we can match you with an attorney who is highly focused on your case, and well-equipped to maximize your financial recovery./p>

Experienced Birth Trauma and Medical Malpractice Injury Lawyers

As part of our vetting process, we look for birth trauma and cerebral palsy related medical malpractice injury lawyers who have handled these types of cases successfully. You want a team that already knows what they are doing and has done it successfully before. having trust in your legal team is something we prioritize when choosing allied attorneys to match with your unique case. Proven success inspires confidence in clients seeking justice.

Medical Expertise

Dr. Brad Bradshaw is a trained physician, surgeon, and attorney, with expertise in trauma surgery specifically. Through relationships with leading medical and legal experts across the world, he has built a foundation of knowledge unmatched by any other law practice. Dr. Brad Bradshaw and his team’s wealth of knowledge is a powerful tool both in and out of the court room. In addition to maximizing the financial recovery of his clients, he has also aided in their physical recovery by helping them secure treatment and therapy at some of the leading hospitals in the country.

Reliability & Results

Dr. Brad Bradshaw’s associates and allied lawyers are available to their clients 24/7, because we understand the importance of being fully informed at every stage of your litigation, and in case of emergencies. We vow to be as committed to your case as you are, and do everything we can to ensure that it continues to move forward as expeditiously as possible.

Nothing proves success like results. We keep track of the results of Washington D.C. lawyers we ally with and can provide a list of settlements, and verdicts. This information is essential because insurance companies also keep track of these results. They often have more respect for, and are more likely to pay large settlements to Washington D.C. injury attorneys who have a track record of winning their clients big judgements and settlements. Our job is to match you and your case to the right lawyer with proven success.

Our medical malpractice injury law process

Addressing unique types of medical negligence related to cerebral palsy and birth trauma requires an experienced and highly-skilled attorney. Medical malpractice cases can be sensitive, and you deserve a lawyer who understands both the legal repercussion, and the personal impact of life-altering conditions that result from medical malpractice. Having a seasoned attorney can provide your case with an advantage, and you can rest easy knowing you are in capable hands. 

Dr. Brad Bradshaw is trained as both a surgeon and an attorney, setting him apart from the rest in the legal industry. During his time at Harvard Medical School, he specialized in trauma surgery, making him uniquely qualified to advise our medical malpractice case. Throughout his career, Dr. Brad Bradshaw and his team have obtained tens of millions of dollars in settlements, and a jury verdict as high as $34 million in a birth injury case. Maximize your net financial recovery, and be confident with the most experienced legal team in your corner.

Results you can trust.

Real Birth Trauma, Cerebral Palsy, Medical Malpractice Injury Results from Dr. Brad Bradshaw and Associates

$34 Million: Verdict

Birth Trauma, Cerebral Palsy, & Medical Malpractice

Birth trauma.

$10 Million Settlement

Birth Trauma, Cerebral Palsy, & Medical Malpractice

Medical malpractice during heart surgery, surgical complications resulting in paralysis.

$6 Million Settlement

Birth Trauma, Cerebral Palsy, & Medical Malpractice

Medical malpractice due to failure to timely diagnose postoperative hemorrhage following hysterectomy resulting in cardiopulmonary arrest and anoxic encephalopathy.

$4.2 Million Settlement

Birth Trauma, Cerebral Palsy, & Medical Malpractice

Failure to diagnose hematoma in a postpartum female resulting in paralysis.

$4 Million Settlement

Birth Trauma, Cerebral Palsy, & Medical Malpractice

Medical malpractice during delivery resulting in cerebral palsy

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Frequently Asked Questions

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More on medical malpractice injury law in Washington

In conjunction with a vetted, qualified Washington D.C. trial attorney, Dr. Brad Bradshaw’s Law Firm seeks to determine if a medical error was the cause of the injuries. If so, we will look for answers to questions such as:

  1. What went wrong?
  2. Who was at fault?
  3. Who will pay for medical bills?
  4. Who will take care of your child in the future?

When we take a case, we intend to answer these questions for you.

Birth-trauma/cerebral palsy cases result from a medical condition called hypoxic-ischemic encephalopathy, or HIE. Umbilical cord compression, premature separation of the placenta, cord prolapse, and nuchal cord are just a few of the causes of HIE. Almost all these causes can be “seen developing” on the fetal heart tracing. Dr. Brad Bradshaw has written a textbook available to lawyers and doctors throughout the country on how to “read” these fetal heart tracings and prove (or for physicians, to avoid) an HIE case

. You can read excerpts from the book here. Having an attorney who understands the medicine and can read fetal heart tracings is exceptionally beneficial for an HIE cerebral palsy case. Our medical legal teams have settled birth trauma cases up to $12 million, and even a verdict for more than $34 million.

Shoulder dystocia is another type of birth trauma. These cases are much more difficult to resolve favorably. Often, whether a shoulder dystocia (also called a brachial plexus injury and Duchene’s contraction injury) is won or lost may be based upon one or two factors. One factor is whether a nerve was completely avulsed; if so, those cases are typically much stronger. And the second is the size of the baby at birth. Larger babies are more likely to sustain such an injury, so doctors should have scheduled a C-section. Read a portion of Dr. Bradshaw’s book relating to shoulder dystocia here.

Dr. Brad Bradshaw’s lawyers have experience and success in other non-birth trauma medical malpractice cases, as well. Our firm’s founding lawyer has obtained settlements in these cases that have ranged from hundreds of thousands to multi-million dollars settlements and million dollar plus verdicts. These medical malpractice cases include failure to diagnose aortic rupture resulting in death, brain bleed resulting in death, failure to diagnose breast cancer, failure to diagnose colon cancer, surgical errors, hysterectomy surgical and post-operative malpractice, failure to diagnose compartment syndrome, and errors resulting in amputation, to name a few.

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