Personal Injury Attorneys in Alabama
Alabama Personal Injury Attorneys
Dr. Brad Bradshaw’s Law Firm can build an experienced successful personal injury team for you—including attorneys in the Alabama jurisdiction.
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Impactful Personal Injury Lawyers in Alabama
Dr. Brad Bradshaw’s Law Firm allies with thoroughly vetted and highly-successful attorneys across Alabama to advise your personal injury cases.
We measure success through results, and results mean compensation and impactful verdicts for our clients in rural Alabama—as well as in Birmingham, Montgomery, Huntsville, Mobile, Tuscaloosa, Hoover, Dothan, Auburn, Decatur, Madison, and many others.
If you’ve been injured, trust Dr. Brad Bradshaw and associate to put together a winning legal team.
A Unique Approach to Personal Injury Law
Dr. Brad Bradshaw’s Law Firm was founded by Dr. Brad Bradshaw physician, surgeon, and successful trial lawyer.
Using his background in medical care, this law firm was founded on helping personal injury victims get the compensation they deserve by providing them with expert legal counsel. Dr. Brad Bradshaw and associates are allied with experienced attorneys across the United States.
FAQ's on Alabama Personal Injury Law
What are the different types of compensation in personal injury cases?
The five basic types of damages for personal injury cases are:
- Past Economic Damages
- Past Non-Economic Damages
- Future Economic Damages
- Future Non-Economic Damages
- Punitive Damages
Medical expenses, lost wages or income, and lost capacity of income are examples of economic damages. They are directly related to the financial harm of the personal injury victim. Non-economic damages refers the negative ways your injuries affect your well-being, like pain and suffering, mental anguish, physical impairment, and more.
Punitive damages are not related to any specific damages. They are simply awarded as a means of penalizing the responsible party. Punitive damages are rare, because they require evidence of malicious intent or gross negligence.
What do I do after I have been injured?
First, attend to your physical needs. Be sure to see a medical provider to assess and treat your injuries. Also, obtain proper documentation for work release, if necessary. It is important to keep records of all past and future appointments as you prepare for legal action—as these will become evidence of your recovery timeline and damages incurred. Then, contact a legal professional to assess if you have a case.
Does it cost money to evaluate whether or not I have a personal injury case in Alabama?
There is not initial fee or obligation for a consultation with Dr. Brad Bradshaw and associates. Our law firm operates on a contingency fee—which means you only pay us if we successfully recover money for you.
What if I live in Alabama, but I was injured in another state?
No matter where you were injured, allied attorneys from Dr. Brad Bradshaw’s Law Firm can still help. We have partnered with legal professionals across the U.S., and we can match you with an expert attorney in whatever location your personal injury took place.
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