R. Bradley Van Laningham (“Bradley”) is the president and founder of Bradley Law Group. Bradley is widely recognized both as a leader and an innovator in representing injured people. When he first graduated from law school, Bradley worked with a law firm doing insurance defense. After several years of defending insurance companies, Bradley knew that he had to make a change. After a lot of soul searching, he resigned from his job to start what is now Bradley Law Group. Bradley’s first office had one-room and plywood walls. After painting the walls himself, he began helping accident and injury victims. Years of hard work have allowed Bradley Law Group to expand to 10 office locations across North Carolina. Although Bradley Law Group has continued to grow, the firm’s commitment to clients continues to be a central focus. Bradley requires that all clients are treated like family, not files.
Northwestern University, B.A. (1993)
Areas of Practice:
Wake Forest School of Law, J.D (1996)
Catastrophic injury, personal injury, wrongful death, workers compensation, auto accidents, motorcycle accidents, medical malpractice, Social Security Disability, premises liability; dog bite injuries and all other injury related cases.
All North Carolina State Courts
U. S. District Court (Middle District of North Carolina)
North Carolina State Bar
North Carolina Advocates for Justice
Million Dollar Advocates Forum
Moore County Bar Association
Founder of Lawyers Helping Heroes
Co-Founder of P.A.C. to protect rights of injured people
Business Leader Magazine Top 50 Entrepreneur
Guest speaker before various professional groups
Bradley is passionate about helping people. This is shown through his work at Bradley Law Group and also through the actions he has taken outside of work. Bradley founded “Lawyers Helping Heroes” to provide free legal services to police, firefighters and first responders. Bradley also co-founded a P.A.C. to lobby for laws to protect injured people. Beyond his law related activities, Bradley also enjoys real estate investing, all forms of racing, classical guitar and piano.