Ryan R. Bradley focuses his practice almost entirely on civil litigation including mass torts, especially defective medical devices and drugs, automobile accidents, wrongful death, medical negligence, products liability, and general personal injury. He is also involved in class action litigation as well as business litigation. He is leading the Metal-on-Metal hip litigation for Koester & Bradley, LLP and is actively involved in the General Reinsurance Class Action Litigation.
Ryan leads the firm's mass tort and business litigation team and has been devoting much of his time to pursuing claims arising out of the defective defective metal hip prosthesis system. He has also been pursuing claims against other medical device manufacturers.
Mr. Bradley devotes considerable time to pro bono activities by assisting the under-represented in the community and consults with start-up companies and businesses in the areas of litigation prevention and marketing.
Ryan spends a large portion of his time outside of the office trying to keep up with his three girls and one son.
When away from civil litigation, Ryan is a professor of Business Law and past President of the Board of Directors of the Mother's Morning Out Preschool. Ryan Blogs at www.illinoisplaintiffslawyer.com, which addresses numerous issues regarding personal injury law and civil litigation.
Ryan graduated from Vermont Law School, South Royalton, Vermont, in 2006 after spending his first year of legal education at the University of Richmond School of Law. He is a 2003 graduate of Loyola College in Maryland where he received a Bachelor of Business Administration cum laude and a Presidential Scholarship. He was a four-year letter winner on the Varsity Men’s Tennis team, and was an all-conference academic team selection all four years as well.
Ryan is presently running the Firm's Syngenta Viptera Litigation by representing local farmers.
Ryan is a National Trial Lawyers Top 40 Under 40 Selection and was selected as a nationally Emerging Lawyer from the Leading Lawyers Network.