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Bradley L. Leger








Leger Adkins, LLP is a plaintiff's litigation law firm based in Houston, Texas, that represents both individuals and corporations in litigation arising out of products liability, business disputes, personal injury, premises liability, and wrongful death.  At Leger Adkins LLP, our plaintiff attorneys are thorough, innovative, and driven in their pursuit of the most favorable outcome possible for our clients.  Our attorneys are experienced and knowledgeable in a variety of civil litigation matters. Whether the case concerns a costly business dispute, construction or product defect, leading to monetary business damages, property damages, personal injury damages, or death, our attorneys will fight to obtain the results you or your company deserve.

If your business or property has been damaged or you have been severely injured, ordinary challenges of life are quickly compounded. For those who have suffered a serious business dispute, severe personal injury, or major property damage, bills begin piling up at the same time that they are dealing with a diminished economic or physical capacity to make a living or stay in business. We pledge to do all we can legally to enable our clients to receive the highest monetary compensation attainable in the least amount of time.

Bradley L. Leger, Partner
Houston, Texas
Phone: (713) 574-5558
Fax:     (713) 574-1894
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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 every year of his Law School career. Also, 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, 553 U.S. 27 (2002), 43 S. TEX. L. REV. 837, all in the same year an achievement yet to be matched. Mr. Leger also studied International Law in 2002 at the University of Malta.

Mr. Leger has gone head to head with some of the largest Corporations in America and abroad. Mr. Leger has recovered millions of dollars for his clients, including co-counseling a $12.9 million jury verdict for a crash victim in an aviation lawsuit. Mr. Leger has successfully negotiated settlements in the millions of dollars for products liability, medical malpractice, and premises liability cases, among others. Mr. Leger was also part of a team of lawyers who took the Tobacco Companies all the way to the United States Supreme Court. Mr. Leger represents hundreds of victims in defective product cases,including defective cruise control switches in Ford vehicles. Mr. Leger was also selected to be one of only six lawyers in the state of Texas to serve in the Plaintiffs' Steering Committee for the Texas Ford fire Multi-District Litigation. These Ford fires are the subject of the largest recall in American history and Mr. Leger has been at the forefront of this litigation since its inception.

Mr. Leger has been quoted by the New York Times for a case involving a death alleged to have been caused by a defective cruise control switch on a Ford truck, interviewed by CNN and the Detroit News, and also appeared on Channel 2 KPRC and KHOU Channel 11 in Houston, Texas. Mr. Leger has been admitted pro hac vice in California, Florida, Tennessee, Arkansas, Colorado and Louisiana. Mr. Leger has represented clients in over 35 states and has earned the reputation as one of the most aggressive young lawyers in the country.

Areas of Practice:

   Products Liability
   Premises Liability
   Personal Injury
   Toxic Torts
   Complex and Multi-District Litigation
   Civil Litigation
   Complex Litigation
   Trial Practice
   Automobile Accidents and Injuries
   Automobile Negligence
   Bodily Injury
   Brain Injury
   Catastrophic Injury
   Commercial Vehicle Liability
   Head Injury
   Motor Vehicle Accidents and Injuries
   Plaintiffs Personal Injury
   Severe Burns
   Slip and Fall
   Wrongful Death
   Inadequate Security
   Negligent Security
   Airbag Injury
   All Terrain Vehicle Products Liability
   Automotive Crashworthiness
   Automotive Design Liability
   Automotive Products Liability
   Automotive Restraints
   Automotive Warranty Law
   Biomedical Products Liability
   Breach of Warranty
   Drug and Medical Device Litigation
   Engineering Products Liability
   Manufacturers Liability
   Motorcycle Products Liability
   Product Failure
   Product Recall
   Product Safety
   Seat Belt Injury
   Tire Defect Litigation
   Tobacco Litigation
   Vehicle Rollovers
   Warranty Law
   Civil Liability
   Intentional Torts
   Mass Torts
   Tort Liability

Bar Admissions:

   U.S. District Court Southern District of Texas
   U.S. Court of Appeals 5th Circuit


   South Texas College of Law, Houston, Texas J.D.
      Honors: Recipient, E. E. Townes Award, 2002
      Honors: Listed in Who'sWho in American Law, 2005-2006
      Law Review: South Texas Law Review, Articles Editor

   McNeese State University, Lake Charles, Louisiana B.A.
      Honors:  Dean's List
      Honors:  Police Jury Assn Scholarship

   University of Malta, Valletta, Malta

Honors and Awards:

  Top Young Lawyers In Texas 2011, Texas Montly Magazine's Super Lawyer and Rising Stars April 2011


"Thermal Imaging and the Fourth Amendment: The Gov't's High-Tech Assault on a Once Treasured Haven", 43 S. Tex. L. Rev. 837, 2002

Professional Associations and Memberships:

   Houston Bar Association
   State Bar of Texas
   The American Association for Justice
   Texas Trial Lawyers Association
   Houston Trial Lawyers Association
   Houston Young Lawyers Association