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Brady has experience in all phases of litigation, including bench and jury trials in state and federal courts. Brady has taken and defended depositions of expert witnesses, corporate representatives, medical professionals, and fact witnesses. He maintains a robust motions practice and routinely briefs and argues discovery, dispositive, and post-trial motions. Brady also has significant appellate experience.

Prior to joining Greenberg Traurig, Brady externed for Chief Justice Thompson of the Georgia Supreme Court. He subsequently transitioned into private practice where he defended institutional clients and companies in matters relating to complex premises liability, personal injury, wrongful death, commercial litigation, transportation, property dispute, and construction defect. Brady approaches each case with the end in mind, keeping his client’s goals at the forefront of his litigation strategy.

In his spare time, Brady enjoys staying active as well as giving back to the community through multiple philanthropic endeavors.

Concentrations

  • Personal injury and wrongful death litigation
  • Products liability
  • Pharmaceutical, medical device and health care litigation
  • Commercial litigation
  • Construction defect litigation
  • Transportation litigation

Capabilities

Experience

  • Argued Motion for Summary Judgment in premises liability, negligent security shooting case in Bibb County. Court granted motion, finding Defendant apartment complex was not constructively aware a hazardous condition existed and Plaintiff was not lawfully occupying the premises.°
  • First-chaired jury trial in DeKalb County regarding automobile accident where Plaintiff’s vehicle sustained less than $700.00 in property damage, yet Plaintiff incurred over $38,000.00 in medical special damages. Obtained defense verdict by arguing that Plaintiff over-treated at the behest of her attorney and medical providers who were colluding to drive the value of the case up by recommending unnecessary, passive modalities of treatment without appreciable improvement.°
  • First-chaired jury trial in Walton County regarding trucking accident where Plaintiff sustained significant injuries resulting in multiple spinal fusions and over $500,000.00 in medical special damages. Obtained a verdict of $50,000.00 by successfully arguing that Plaintiff’s spinal conditions pre-existed the subject accident (radiologist expert testimony).°
  • First-chaired 43 Magistrate Court Bench Trials in 38 different counties around the state of Georgia (cases including property dispute, contract dispute, automobile litigation, and fraudulent misrepresentation).°
  • Secured depositions, orchestrated settlement negotiations, and settled highly contentious, volatile assault and battery case where former lover accused client of striking her with a blunt object and causing brain damage and emotional distress. Mitigated client’s exposure and reduced settlement figure by locating prior medical records from Plaintiff’s plastic surgeon that evidenced she had employed a similar strategy to recover from a different lover.°
  • Evaluated liability and drafting coverage opinion for PEO whose employee was injured in the workplace.°
  • Defended manufacturer of black silicone caulk that was used by a third-party handyman to affix a plexiglass window to a door that allegedly resulted in Plaintiff inhaling the substance and being diagnosed with “tracheobronchomalacia with geographic air trapping possibly resulting from a small airways disease.”°

°The above representations were handled by Mr. Herman prior to his joining Greenberg Traurig, LLP.

  • Legal Extern, Hon. Hugh P. Thompson, Supreme Court of Georgia, 2016

Recognition & Leadership

  • Man of the Year, The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, 2020
  • Member, State Bar of Georgia
    • Member, Trial Section
    • Member, Litigation Section

Credentials

Education
  • J.D., cum laude, Mercer University Walter F. George School of Law
    • Member, Mercer Law Review
  • B.B.A., University of Georgia
Admissions
  • Georgia