Charged 2000.00 for an expert opinion, after obtaining payment informs you that it is an oral opinion only.(no documentation)
From the very beginning he will say many things to get you to trust that it is worth going forward. I had wisdom teeth removed that left me with a numb tongue, Clearly a result of to much novacane and hitting the lingual nerve.Three years later it is still numb. After recieving the 2000.00, Attorney Bradbury calls with the news that there is no sign of negligence.The expert opinion never had a conversation with me , and refused to put it in writing as to how he arrived at this conclusion.Turns out the expert told the lawyer he was not comfortable dealing directly with clients.As soon as the fee was received the tone changed.
What made this even more distubing was that I informed the lawyer that a fellow lifeguard that I worked with had seen me dealing with a bloody mouth due to the frequent biting of my tongue and she then shared that she too had been to this oral surgeon Karen Robinson of Auburn ma., and i year later her bottom lip is still numb.
I truly believe that this lawyer was diceptive, when I had arrived with the check the secretary held it up for him to see, from his office he nodded his head and smiled.I am only 21 and it was my mom that wrote the check, I had a bad feeling and wanted to call my mom because it was so awkward, but I did not but wish I did.
This lawyer consumed alot of our time with his never ending rants about his accomplishments and intentions which seemed odd. While initally telling us it could go either way, he kept providing reasons like my age to encourage us to go forward. Due to a statute of limitations he hurried us along to pursue what he called an expert opinion.
I can only imagine how many malpractice cases he has failed the client due to negligence that is not obvious, and charged them for it!
LessJames C. Bradbury's response: While there are so many inaccuracies in this story, I will limit my comments to one point. Despite the work completed, there was no fee earned by Attorney Bradbury, the money referred to was to pay an expert as is common in medical malpractice cases..
David Goldsmith, Litigation Attorney on Sep 25, 2017 Relationship: Opposing Counsel on matter
James Bradbury capably and ethically represented his client in a matter that my employer, Bentley Motors, settled with him out of court.
Kristina Vickstrom, Personal injury Attorney on Aug 5, 2016 Relationship: Fellow lawyer in community
Jim worked tirelessly to serve his clients with personal injury claims. He is fair, honest, and an all around great guy. I have referred many clients to him over the years. I endorse him without hesitation.
Nicole Lavallee, Personal injury Attorney on Jan 14, 2016 Relationship: Fellow lawyer in community
I have known and worked with Attorney Jim Bradbury from Amabile & Burkly, PC for over six (6) years. I have referred personal injury, slip and falls, auto accidents and medical malpractice cases to him and his office. I have personally (as a family and real estate attorney) called their office and asked questions in general and on specific cases. I have always received timely responses to all of my inquiries.
Every client I have referred to their office has been completely satisfied with the treatment they received at Amabile & Burkly, PC. Both my clients and I love the fact that Attorney Bradbury returns calls and keeps clients informed. Kathy Casey, paralegal for Attorney Bradbury, is fabulous. She is very knowledge on all aspects of what is going on in your case and is prompt to respond to your inquiry.
Amabile & Burkly, PC is not an “ambulance chasing” lawfirm. They truly care about their clients and are responsive to everyone. In fact, they also helped me w