Personal Injury Lawyer In West Virginia
West Virginia Personal Injury Attorneys
Dr. Brad Bradshaw’s Law Firm can build an experienced successful personal injury team for you—including attorneys in the West Virginia jurisdiction.
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If you’ve been involved in an accident where you suffered personal injury, don’t wait to seek help.
Trust Dr. Brad Bradshaw’s Law Firm to build an expert team to advise your case and get you the financial compensation you deserve.
We ally with experienced, successful attorneys from all across the state, including rural West Virginia and any of the following cities: Charleston, Huntington, Morgantown, Parkersburg, Wheeling, and many others.
About Our Practice
Dr. Brad Bradshaw is a licensed physician, surgeon, and attorney.
When in comes to personal injury cases, he and his associates are able to approach your case with a layered expertise that allows them to understand both the medical and legal intricacies of your experience. This expertise, combined with our industry-low fees, is how we work to maximize your financial recovery following a personal injury.
West Virginia Personal Injury Law Frequently Asked Questions
What kinds of compensation could I be awarded in a personal injury case?
Most everywhere, you receive compensation in a personal injury case based on five different types of damages that may be identified. They 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 should I do after I've been injured?
First, seek medical attention immediately. Seek out medical guidance from an appropriate professional as soon as you can. A gap in the time you were injured and the time to see a doctor—as well as failure to follow the course of treatment they advise, like skipping appointments or not taking medication—may result in the court attempting to lower your settlement for “failure to mitigate” your damages.
How do I find out if I have a personal injury case in West Virginia?
Your initial consultation with Dr. Brad Bradshaw and his allied attorneys is completely free. At no cost and no obligation, we will evaluate your case and help you determine if it is strong. Additionally, all cases at Dr. Brad Bradshaw’s Law Firm are handled on a contingency basis—meaning our legal fees are contingent on your financial compensation.
What if I was injured in another state but I live in West Virginia?
Dr. Brad Bradshaw’s Law Firm is allied with successful, vetted attorneys in all 50 states. No matter where you live or where you were injured, we will evaluate your case and pair you with an appropriate attorney in the necessary jurisdiction. We will ensure that you are provided with the legal team best fit for your case.
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