Mike Kaeske is the founder of Kaeske Law Firm, serving clients nationally in significant personal injury and commercial litigation. Mike attended Syracuse University, graduating in 1991 summa cum laude with a degree in International Relations and Philosophy. He moved to Texas to attend the University of Texas at Austin, where he graduated with a joint J.D./M.B.A. in 1995. Mike began his career as a trial lawyer at Baron & Budd in Dallas. In 1999, he left Baron & Budd to form his own firm. Kaeske Law Firm handles a diverse range of complex cases across the country through settlement or trial. Mike is also often asked to assist other attorneys in difficult negotiations, or to bring a case to resolution at trial.
Mr. Manchin joined the firm in August of 1999. Eric was born in Syracuse, New York in 1969 and was admitted to the State Bar of Texas in 1999. He received his Bachelor of Arts degree in International Relations – Russian Studies concentration from Syracuse University in 1991, and his Juris Doctor from Texas Tech University School of Law in 1999.
Eric works on the firm’s intellectual property, toxic tort and products liability cases. He was formerly a Captain in the Army and was in the Army for 18 years. He spent five years on active duty as a Field Artillery officer in the Sixth Light Infantry Division at Fort Richardson, Alaska, and the First Cavalry Division at Fort Hood, Texas. Eric spends time with his two boys in Cub Scouts as a pack and den leader and with his four year old girl, and in his spare time, he enjoys watching movies and traveling with his wife, Kathleen, and working on his house.
Lynn Bradshaw was born in Kansas and received a degree in Accounting, in 1984, with honors from the University of Texas at El Paso. After graduating from Columbia Law School in 1987, Lynn Bradshaw returned to Texas, working as an associate at the Houston firm of Mayor, Day and Caldwell in employment law and general litigation. In 1989, she joined Cook & Wallace, a boutique plaintiff’s litigation firm where she prosecuted cases for individuals with serious personal injuries. The firm handled, among other types of cases, Ford vehicle rollover cases, Firestone and General Tire tread separation cases, as well as other automotive defect cases on a nationwide basis. The firm also prosecuted serious worker injury cases involving asbestos and silica. Ms. Bradshaw became a partner in 1999 in the firm of Cook, Doyle and Bradshaw. Ms. Bradshaw’s legal career has been focused on the representation of individuals as plaintiffs in the judicial system whose lives have been traumatically changed by personal injury or commercial wrongs.