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Our team of experienced attorneys know what it takes to win personal injury cases.
We can pair you with personal injury attorneys in Maine who we’ve thoroughly vetted as qualified. Our contacts include excellent allied attorneys in rural Maine as well as the following cities: Portland, Lewiston, Bangor, South Portland, Auburn, and many others.
If you’ve been injured, let us help you. We will evaluate your case and put together the best possible team to win you the largest settlement or verdict possible.
A New Take On Personal Injury Law
Dr. Brad Bradshaw, the founder of Dr. Brad Bradshaw’s Law Firm, is a successful physician, surgeon, and attorney.
His unique perspective allows him and his associates to advise personal injury cases in a court of law with additional medical expertise. We work with allied attorneys across the Unites States and Canada to help personal injury victims maximize their recovery with the highest financial compensation possible.
Personal Injury Law FAQs In Maine
Are there different types of financial compensation?
Yes. 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
When dealing with personal injury cases, we deal with five basic types of damages. Past and future economic damages are those incurred for financial harm, such as medical costs, lost earnings, and loss of earning capacity.
Past and future non-economic damages include things like pain and suffering, mental anguish, loss of enjoyment, or physical impairment. The court awards punitive damages to punish the guilty party. These damages are only awarded in cases where you can prove the person responsible for the accident was showing a disregard for the safety of others or of having evil intent.
What do I do after I've been injured?
The most important thing you can do after being injured is seek appropriate medical attention. Not only is this important to your physical recovery, but your continued appointments, care, and treatment helps display to a judge and jury the severity of your injuries. This will help to prevent the state of Maine from lowering your settlement amount for failure to “mitigate your damages.”
How do I find out if I have a personal injury case in Maine?
Your initial consultation with Dr. Brad Bradshaw’s Law Firm is free with no obligation. If you choose to proceed, your case will be handled on a contingency fee, which means that our legal fees are contingent on our success. We only get paid if we successfully recover money for you.
What if I live in Maine, but I was injured in another state?
If you live in Maine but were involved in a personal injury in another state, Dr. Brad Bradshaw’s Law Firm is still able to help you. We ally with experienced lawyers in all 50 states, so we can match you with an appropriate attorney wherever you are.