For more than 30 years, The Bradshaw Firm has operated on the key principle that all clients deserve individualized attention. Not long after law school, Mark Bradshaw developed a passion for practicing personal injury and founded The Bradshaw Firm. Due to demonstrated knowledge and experience over the years as well as recommendations from Mr. Bradshaw’s legal peers and colleagues, The Bradshaw Firm has earned Martindale Hubbell’s highest rating for both ethical standards and legal ability. In 2012 Mason Bradshaw joined the firm. Mason has carried on The Bradshaw Firm’s tradition of giving personal attention to each client and working around the clock to strive to win every case.

In addition to the excellent service for individual clients, Mark Bradshaw provides mediation services, having earned his master of laws degree in alternative dispute resolution from the Straus Institute for Dispute Resolution at Pepperdine University in 2007. He also served as a settlement conference judge pro tem for the Superior Court for approximately 8 years. Mr. Bradshaw has successfully mediated numerous disputes for individuals and companies involved in contested/litigated matters.

The Bradshaw Firm provides case evaluations and consultations, and does not take legal fees unless they successfully resolve your case. Contact them today if you have any questions at 480-835-5553 or info@thebradshawfirm.com.

Law books

– 1984, Opening of our Firm

– 2012, 2 Fresh New Lawyers

– 2016, Moved within Mesa, AZ!

What makes us qualified?

As one of the preeminent personal injury firms in Mesa, Arizona, we have earned Martindale-Hubbell’s highest rating for legal ability and ethical standards. We honor a client-centered philosophy, ensuring that each client receives dedicated attention.

  • How much does a lawyer cost?

    At the Bradshaw Firm, we abide by the contingency-fee contract. This means that we will only collect if the case is successful.

  • How soon should I file a lawsuit?

    You should speak with a personal injury attorney as soon as possible following your accident. Injury victims only have a short period of time to file a claim. Failure to file within this time period, known as the statute of limitations, can bar the victim from ever recovering compensation for their injuries.

  • What is negligence?

    To have a viable personal injury claim, the victim must have been injured from the negligence of another individual or entity. Negligence occurs when an individual fails to exercise a reasonable standard of care for the safety of others. If a person fails to act as a reasonable person would, he or she may be liable for any resulting damages.