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A New Perspective on Personal Injury Law
Dr. Brad Bradshaw’s Law Firm seeks to maximize your personal and financial recovery after a personal injury—by ensuring that you are awarded the highest settlement or verdict possible.
To achieve this goal, we ally with vetted attorneys from all corners of Massachusetts, including: Boston, Worcester, Springfield, Cambridge, Lowell, Brockton, New Bedford, Quincy, Lynn, Fall River, and many other cities and towns.
If you’ve been involved in an accident, contact us today and let us build you an experienced team of legal counsel to get you the largest recovery possible.
About Our Law Firm
Our founder, Dr. Brad Bradshaw, is a licensed physician, attorney, and surgeon.
His layered expertise affords him a unique perspective on personal injury law and allows him to use his skills both in and out of the courtroom to better understand your case. This dedication extends through all of our allied attorneys across the United States and Canada. We pride ourselves in putting the highest net recovery back into your pocket through our expert skills and industry-low fees.
FAQs On Massachusetts Personal Injury Law
Are there different types of compensation in a personal injury case?
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
Economic damages are those directly related to the financial harm caused by your injury—such as medical expenses, lost earnings, and lost capacity of earnings. Non-economic damages refers to the impact the injury has on your personal well-being and includes things like pain and suffering, mental anguish, physical impairment, and a loss of ability to enjoy life.
Punitive damages are those awarded simply as a way to punish the responsible party. These are not awarded often, because it requires proving the wrongdoer had evil intent or showed a conscious disregard for the safety of others.
What are important things to keep in mind after I've been injured?
In order to build trust with a judge and jury, it is important to be dedicated to your own recovery. This means seeking appropriate medical attention after an injury and following all medical guidance—including keeping your appointments. Not only is it important for your health, it reduces the chances of your settlement or verdict being lowered based on “failure to mitigate” your damages.
Will it cost me money to find out if I have a Massachusetts personal injury case?
We will not charge you as a potential client for an initial consultation on your personal injury case. You can discuss your case with us initially at no fee or obligation. Additionally, all of our cases are handled on a contingency basis— which means that we only get paid if we are able to successfully recover financial compensation for you.