10077 Grogan’s Mill Road, Suite 325
The Woodlands, Texas 77380
Personal Injury & Wrongful Death
Vehicle & House Fires
RV & Boat Fires
Construction & Housing Defects
Vehicle & Product Defects
Nursing Home Neglect/Abuse
Steering & Braking Defects
Bradley Leger has successfully litigated cases against many of the largest Corporations in the world, including a $12.9 million jury verdict for a crash victim in an aviation lawsuit. He has negotiated settlements in the millions of dollars for products liability, medical malpractice, premise liability and personal injury cases, among others; and is currently championing the rights of children and the elderly in several cases against abusive daycare and nursing home facilities. Mr. Leger also represents several victims of defective products, including defective GM ignition switches and defective cruise control switches (SCDS) in Ford vehicles. He was selected to serve on the Plaintiffs’ Steering Committee (PSC) for the Texas Ford fire Multi-District Litigation (Cause No. D-1-GN-08-000901; In re Ford Motor Company Speed Control Deactivation Switch Litigation; In the 53rd Judicial District Court of Travis County, Texas). These “Ford fires” are the subject of one of the largest recalls in American history and Mr. Leger has been at the forefront of this litigation since its inception.
Mr. Leger has been featured in The New York Times, interviewed by CNN and the Detroit News, and also appeared on Channel 2 KPRC and KHOU Channel 11 in Houston, Texas. He has been admitted pro hac vice in numerous states across the country, including Colorado, Florida, Tennessee, Pennsylvania, Virginia and Arkansas. Mr. Leger currently represents clients from over 35 states for cases involving defective products and is widely recognized as one of the most aggressive young trial lawyers in America.
Bradley L. Leger received his law degree from South Texas College of Law in Houston, Texas. While in Law School, Mr. Leger was an Articles Editor on the South Texas Law Review where he received numerous writing awards, including the E.E. Townes Award for Best Article on Constitutional Law. Mr. Leger also received the Ruth R. Bettes Foundation Scholarship, was a member of Phi Delta Phi Honors Fraternity, and was recognized in Who’s Who: American Law Students. While enrolled as a student, Mr. Leger passed the Texas Bar Exam, was an Editor on the South Texas Law Review and had an article published entitled, “Thermal Imaging and the Fourth Amendment: The Government’s High-Tech Assault on A Once Treasured Haven,” Kyllo v. United States, 533 U.S. 27 (2002)”, 43 S.TEX. L. REV. 837, all in the same year. Mr. Leger also studied International Law in 2002 at the University of Malta.
Texas Super Lawyers, a Thompson Reuters Publication – Rising Stars 2011, 2012, 2013;
Quoted by New York Times regarding deaths alleged to be caused by Ford fires;
Appeared on Channel 2 KPRC local news for case involving “fake botox” injections;
Interviewed by CNN and the Detroit News;
Interviewed by CNBC regarding GM Ignition Switch cases;
Articles Editor, South Texas Law Review, 2002-2003;
E. E. Townes Award for Best Article on Constitutional Law, 2002;
Who’s Who: American Law Students, 20th– 22nd eds.;
Member, Phi Delta Phi International Honors Fraternity
Thermal Imaging and The Fourth Amendment: The Government’s “High-Tech Assault” on “A Once Treasured Haven,” 43 S. TEX. L. REV. 837 (2002).
Speed Control Deactivation Switch Fires; Power Point presentation (co-author); AIEG conference (Fall 2005).
Speed Control Deactivation Switch Fires; Power Point presentation (co-author); TTLA Snowmass Seminar (2006).
The American Association for Justice
Texas Trial Lawyers Association
Houston Trial Lawyers Association
Houston Young Lawyers Association
American Bar Association
Houston Bar Association
The Woodlands Bar Association
State Bar of Texas
U.S. District Court, Southern District of Texas
U.S. District Court, Northern District of Texas
U.S. Court of Appeals, 4th Circuit
U.S. Court of Appeals, 5th Circuit
U.S. District Court, Eastern District of Michigan