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At Dr. Brad Bradshaw’s Law Firm, we only work with thoroughly vetted personal injury attorneys in Illinois—ensuring their experiences and success in these cases.
We can pair you with an appropriate allied attorney in rural Illinois or any of the following cities: Chicago, Aurora, Joliet, Naperville, Rockford, Springfield, Peoria, Elgin, Champaign, Waukegan, Cicero, Bloomington, Arlington Heights, Evanston, Bolingbrook, and many others.
Don’t suffer in silence. If you’ve been injured, let us evaluate your case and put together the perfect, quality legal team to net you the largest possible recovery.
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Dr. Brad Bradshaw’s Law Firm was founded by physician, surgeon and trial lawyer, Dr. Brad Bradshaw.
We take pride in helping injury victims by charging the lowest possible fee and winning the highest possible compensation. Our goal is always putting the best net recovery in your pocket.
What are the different types of compensation in personal injury cases?
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 is an important thing to do after you’ve been injured?
It is vital to keep all of your medical appointments. One of the most important things you can do after being injured is keeping all of your medical appointments. Juries and insurance companies believe that injured people will keep their follow-up appointments. Additionally, in some states, the court can reduce your money recovery for failure to “mitigate” your damages. One way the insurance companies argue a person failed to mitigate their damages is the failure to keep follow-up appointments.
Do I have to pay anything to see if I have an Illinois personal injury case?
Dr. Brad Bradshaw’s Law Firm not only avoids charging fees for initial consultations, we handle our cases based on a contingency fee. This means that we only get paid if we successfully win or negotiate your case—and get you financial compensation for your injury. If you don’t get paid, you don’t pay us.
What do I do if I live in Illinois but I was injured in another state?
If you live in Illinois but were involved in a personal injury in Kentucky or anywhere else, Dr. Brad Bradshaw’s Law Firm is still the law firm for you. We have attorneys throughout the United States and we can match you with the perfect personal injury attorney for your case.