Thomas J. Bradley is a Partner at the BBC Law LLP Philadelphia Office. Since 1984 he has practiced in the civil litigation area in Federal and State courts in Pennsylvania and New Jersey. Mr. Bradley served as a prosecutor in the Judge Advocate General’s Corps of the United States Army from 1980 to 1983.
Mr. Bradley represents both domestic and international clients in a broad range of litigation matters with a particular emphasis on defense of products liability, premises liability, medical malpractice and commercial transportation cases. He is an experienced trial attorney, having tried well over 100+ cases to verdict in both federal and state courts in Pennsylvania and New Jersey. Has previously serves as regional counsel to a major manufacturer of household appliances.
In addition to his litigation practice, Mr. Bradley serves as a Judge Pro Tem for the Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas. He has published several medical/legal articles and has lectured to physician groups on medical/legal topics. He also has received an AV Peer Review Rating from LexisNexis Martindale-Hubbell.
Significant Representative Matters
– defense verdicts for the tire manufacturer in alleged tire defect cases.
– defense verdicts in a wide variety of medical malpractice actions including allegations of nursing malpractice, podiatric malpractice, and orthopedic malpractice.
– Riley v. Warren Manufacturing, 688 A.2d 221 (Pa. Super. 1997) directed verdict in favor of defendant in product liability case involving animal feed transportation equipment. This case established important Pennsylvania law in the area of intended product user.
– defense verdict for manufacturer of dump truck body in alleged design defect case.
– multiple defense verdicts for trucking companies involving allegations of driver negligence.
– defense verdict for manufacturer of injection molding machine allegedly causing severe burn injury.
– defense verdicts in forklift product liability litigation.
– defense verdicts in numerous supermarket premises liability actions.