Joseph Bradica is an experienced trial attorney representing clients suffering
from catastrophic injury or loss. His experience spans a wide range of
personal injury and professional negligence matters, including medical
malpractice, nursing home abuse, premises liability, slip and falls, dog
bites, motor vehicle accidents and more.
Attorney Bradica received his Juris Doctorate from the Beasely School of
Law at Temple University, where he earned accolades for his distinguished
performance in Temple’s Trial Advocacy Program and for his writing
and advocacy skills. His scholarly work was published and referenced in
legal academia. Before completing his doctorate degree, Mr. Bradica completed
his Masters of Business (MBA) at The Fox School of Business at Temple
University, and his undergraduate degree at Pennsylvania State University.
Mr. Bradica believes that one of the keys to a successful case is to get
to know how an injury has impacted someone, and he takes the time to listen
to each client in order to fully understand and appreciate the scope of
the injuries and harm they have experienced. This allows him to better
explain their legal options and counsel them on the best course of action
based on their unique and individual circumstances.
Prior to becoming a successful Philadelphia personal injury attorney, Joe
gained valuable litigation experience defending hundreds of cases to verdict,
settlement or dismissal. During the early stages of his career, he represented
both individuals and businesses in all forms of commercial and employment
litigation matters at a major Philadelphia law firm. He later concentrated
his practice on the defense of hospitals, health care practitioners and
physicians in medical malpractice matters. Additionally, he was called
upon by courts and private litigants to serve as an independent arbitrator of cases.