Areas of Expertise
Philip provides corporate and individual clients with a range of legal services.
He specialises in dispute resolution and deals with complicated and high value litigation for clients, commercial contract disputes, boundary disputes and claims involving trespass and damage to property.
Philip is particularly noted for representing clients in high value and complex personal injury litigation and has achieved significant settlements in various liability and factual scenarios. Philip deals with employers’ liability and public liability claims, road traffic claims and clinical negligence disputes.
Philip is a member of the Sports Law team and represents sports professionals who have suffered injury.
Philip also deals with non-contentious probate matters to include: administration of estates and trusts; drafting wills; providing estate and succession planning advice and the provision of Lasting Powers of Attorney.
"Philip Bradley has a ‘good relationship with his clients’ and works hard to achieve the best possible settlement in often very complex cases involving intricate issues surrounding liability, causation, and quantum."
"Philip Bradley is very thorough, and instructions are always complete with all angles covered and investigated prior to seeking advice from counsel. He also has a good relationship with his clients and is comfortable dealing with opponents."
Legal 500, 2024
“‘Extremely courteous and caring’ team head Philip Bradley ‘prepares all his cases very thoroughly’, ensuring that he regularly secures favourable outcomes for claimants, in everything from RTA, employers’ liability and clinical negligence matters.”
Legal 500, 2023
"Philip Bradley is very experienced and exceedingly thorough.”
Legal 500, 2021
“Team head Philip Bradley has particular skill in handling personal injury claims arising from road traffic accidents, as well is in the context of employers' liability.”
“Private client department head Philip Bradley has significant experience acting for management companies, landlords and tenants across a range of property litigation.”
Legal 500, 2020