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Dr. Brad Bradshaw’s Law Firm has vetted personal injury attorneys in Arkansas and throughout the country.
We can find appropriate allied attorneys in rural Arkansas or one of the following cities: Little Rock, Fort Smith, Fayetteville, Springdale, Jonesboro, Rogers, Conway, Bentonville, Pine Bluff, Hot Springs, Benton, and many others.
If you’ve suffered an injury, Dr. Brad Bradshaw’s Law Firm will look at your case and start to put together a team for your representation.
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Dr. Brad Bradshaw’s Law Firm is a law firm founded by physician, surgeon and trial lawyer, Dr. Brad Bradshaw.
Our pride comes from obtaining the biggest possible compensation for our clients—which means good legal work and low fees. Our goal is always getting the maximum amount of compensation in the pockets of our clients. We work with quality lawyers throughout the United States and Canada to achieve this goal.
What are the different types of compensation in personal injury cases?
There are five basic types of damages that you may potentially receive compensation for in a personal injury case.
- Past Economic Damages are those such as previous medical expenses for necessary medications, therapy, or health and rehabilitation—in addition to past lost earnings and earning capacity.
- Past Non-Economic Damages refer to non-financial harm like pain and suffering, mental anguish, disfigurement, physical impairment, loss of enjoyment of life, etc.
- Future Economic Damages are the same types of damages as past economic damages—just taking into consideration the impact the injury will have in the future—such as ongoing medical care or medications.
- Future Non-Economic Damages are the type of non-financial harm expected in the future due to the injury or injuries sustained—like sustained pain and suffering, ongoing mental health issues, ongoing disability, etc.
- Punitive Damages are meant as a punishment to the responsible party. Punitive damages are rarely awarded in personal injury cases—only in instances where one can prove proven the wrongdoer had evil intent or showed a conscious disregard for others’ safety.
What is an important thing to do after you’ve been injured?
First and foremost, you need to keep your medical appointments after an injury. It’s better for you and it is better for your case—as juries and judges usually believe someone who has a documented history of going to their appointments.
Do I have to pay anything to see if I have an Arkansas personal injury case?
We do not charge fees for initial consultations at Dr. Brad Bradshaw’s Law Firm, and that initial consultation is no-obligation. Instead, we charge our fees on a contingency basis, which means we don’t get paid if you don’t win.
What do I do if I live in Arkansas but I was injured in another state?
If you live in Arkansas but were involved in a personal injury in another state, Dr. Brad Bradshaw’s Law Firm can help you! With attorneys throughout the United States, we can match you with the absolute best possible candidate for your needs.