|Kansas - KS||3 years|
|Colorado - CO||3 years|
|Nebraska - NE||6 years|
|Missouri - MO||33 years|
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Over the last few decades, Brad and his team have successfully handled numerous serious personal injury and wrongful death cases, ranging from semi-truck accidents to apartment fires, defective products, electrocutions, slips and falls, to name just a few. While he will evaluate virtually any type of serious personal injury or wrongful death case, Brad has developed specialized knowledge and experience that primarily relates to injuries and deaths arising out of transportation-related accidents, medical malpractice and nursing home neglect/elder abuse. These accidents include car accidents, trucking accidents, motorcycle accidents, ATV accidents and railroad injuries. Medical malpractice and nursing home neglect/elder abuse arise from negligent medical care or mistreatment provided to someone in a medical setting, be it a hospital, nursing home or long-term care facility.
Born and raised in the Kansas City area, Brad went to college at Texas Christian University in Fort Worth, Texas. He graduated in 1987 with a Bachelor of Science and then returned home to Kansas City to attend law school at the University of Missouri at Kansas City. Brad was a member of Law Review and was selected as the Comment Editor of Law Review. Brad graduated from law school in 1990, passed the Bar and received his Missouri license in September of 1990. He is also licensed to practice law in Kansas, Colorado and Nebraska.
Upon graduation from law school, Brad was selected for a prestigious judicial clerkship with the Honorable Don Kennedy of the Missouri Court of Appeals in Kansas City. Brad assisted Judge Kennedy in writing appellate decisions, which involved researching and writing about complex legal issues in the cases to be decided by the court. That experience gave Brad invaluable insight into the inner workings of the court system, which helped guide his development as a lawyer.