Brady & O'Shea was founded in 1997. Brady & O'Shea has a reputation for providing experienced, skillful and diligent advocacy in litigation. This reputation is reflected in the firm's exemplary "AV" Martindale-Hubbell
Yes, especially for personal injury cases, wrongful death and a number of other claims. The consult can range from an initial telephone conference to a lengthy office conference, depending on the case.
Most work at my office is on a one-third contingency fee basis. I do not receive fees unless and until I recover money for my clients.
My current hourly rate is $275.
Monday through Friday
8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
I chose trial practice because I enjoy the art of advocacy and the excitement of trial.
Clients who are well informed on legal issues help both themselves and their lawyers in accomplishing their goals.
I am happy to review documents clients have prepared; it often saves money and time and improves the final result.
I commonly advise clients who intend to represent themselves on various matters. I often recommend that they do so in the right cases, but also tell them when I think they need a lawyer to represent them.
Before starting Brady & O'Shea, I was a partner at Crawford, Sullivan, Read, Roemerman and Brady from 1978 until 1997.
Every work experience, education and life experience makes someone a better lawyer.
While I think that my strengths would be better described by others, I believe that I am approachable, thorough and diligent.Personal interests:
My family, reading, music/guitar, travel, exercise and sports.
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