Personal Injury Attorneys in Michigan
Michigan Personal Injury Attorneys
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Dr. Brad Bradshaw’s Law Firm thoroughly vets each of our allied attorneys— ensuring that your legal representation is dedicated, experienced, and has a record of success in personal injury law.
Trust us to pair you with an appropriate attorney in rural Michigan, or in any of the following cities: Detroit, Grand Rapids City, Warren City, Sterling Heights, Ann Arbor City, Lansing City, Clinton Charter Township, Flint City, Dearborn, Livonia, Canton, Macomb, Troy City, Westland, Farmington Hills, and many others.
If you’ve been injured contact us today to evaluate and advise your case to make sure you receive the largest financial compensation possible.
About Dr. Brad Bradshaw’s Law Firm
As a law firm founded by a successful physician, attorney, and surgeon, we pride ourselves on bringing a fresh perspective on personal injury law.
We combine our array of expertise to help award personal injury victims like you with the highest financial compensation possible to maximize your recovery. We do this by allying with experienced legal representation from all over the country and charging industry-low fees.
FAQs on Michigan Personal Injury Law
What are the different types of compensation in a personal injury case?
The six 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 do I do after I've been injured?
The first thing you should do after being injured is seek appropriate medical attention. Having medical guidance will not only contribute to a healthy recovery, but help illustrate to a court the severity of your injuries and that you are prioritizing your recovery by keeping your appointments. This will also keep the court from being able to reduce your settlement or verdict amount based on “failure to mitigate” your damages.
Do I have to pay anything to find out if I have a Michigan personal injury case?
No, an initial consultation is free with no obligation. We will discuss your case with you at no cost to help determine how to best proceed. Additionally, all of our cases are handled based on contingency. Only if we successfully recover you financial compensation do you owe us any legal fees.
What if I live in Michigan, but I was injured in another state?
Through our wide network of vetted, allied attorneys, Dr. Brad Bradshaw’s Law Firm is able to represent you anywhere in the U.S. Wherever you are or were injured, we will evaluate your case and pair you with an experienced attorney best fit to advise your case.
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