Bradley M. Henry

Bradley M. Henry: Attorney with Meehan, Boyle, Black & Bogdanow, P.C. AV stamp icon
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Biography

Bradley M. Henry is a trial lawyer specializing in wrongful death, catastrophic personal injury and commercial property loss cases. In 2013, Henry won a verdict of $63 million (with interest, $112.9M), together with his law partners Leo Boyle and Michael Bogdanow, against a global
pharmaceutical giant for devastating adverse drug reactions -- SJS and TEN -- suffered by a child.

Henry joined MBBB in 1989 as a law clerk to Peter Black in aviation defense matters. After graduating Suffolk Law in 1991, he primarily defended airlines, aircraft manufacturers and aviation interests in federal court, before transitioning exclusively to plaintiffs' work. Henry’s practice has included plane crashes, mid-air collisions, complex product and weapons cases, refinery explosions, mass shooting tragedies, hazing deaths, building / bridge / tunnel and other construction collapses, MBTA, railroad and other transportation disasters, electrocutions and gas explosions as well as nursing home and pharmaceutical cases. From 2006 to 2008, he served as Plaintiffs’ Liaison Counsel in Boston's “Big Dig” tunnel ceiling collapse case of DelValle v. Bechtel, a products- and construction-related wrongful death case that ultimately settled with fifteen defendants for $28.1 million. Henry speaks regularly at seminars and conferences around the country on media, the law and handling high-profile cases.

Federal Bar Foundation - Charter Life Fellow, 2001 - present;
Massachusetts Bar Foundation, 1999 - present

Education & Credentials

Contact Information:
(617) 523-8300  Phone
(617) 523-0525  Fax
www.meehanboyle.com/attorneys/attorney-bradley-henry
University Attended:
University of Vermont, B.A., UVM Boulder Society, Class of 1986; University of Vermont, Sigma Phi Society, V'83; Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Summer 1981
Law School Attended:
President, Fraternity Managers Association; Senator, Student Government Association, 1986; Madrid, Spain; Language & Politics, 1981; Suffolk University Law School, J.D., American Jurisprudence Award in Ethics and Professional Responsibility; Business Writing Finalist - ""The Trustbusting of ALCOA: The Political Dynamics Behind the Antitrust War Against the Aluminum Company of America"" - SULS Entry to ABA Annual Business Law Writing Contest, 1991-92, 1991
Year of First Admission:
1991
Admission:
1992, Pennsylvania (inactive); 1991, Massachusetts; 1994, U.S. Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces; 1995, U.S. Supreme Court; 1992, U.S. District Court, District of Massachusetts, U.S. District Court, Western District of Pennsylvania and U.S. Court of Appeals, First Circuit
Memberships:
Joint Bar Committee on Judicial Appointments, 2002-2003; Federal Bar Association - National Executive Committee, 2001-02; Chair, National Young Lawyers Division, 2000-01; President, Massachusetts Chapter, 2001-02, 1994 – Present; American Bar Association, House of Delegates, 1995-98; Massachusetts Bar Association, House of Delegates, 2003-04, 1992 – Present
Massachusetts Academy of Trial Attorneys, 2000 – Present; Boston Bar Association, 1992 – Present
Languages:
Spanish - Limited Working Proficiency and American Sign Language - Elementary Proficiency
Birth Information:
NY, 1964
ISLN:
900735781
Transactions:
Notable Cases:

Reckis v. Johnson & Johnson, et al. Judgment: July 3, 2013
Practice Area:Personal Injury; Outcome:$63 million jury verdict; $113 million judgment

Description:Young girl tragically burned, rendered blind, scarred and disabled for life after a six-month burn unit/hospital stay resulting from severe adverse reactions -- SJS and TEN --to ibuprofen. See: http://lawyersusaonline.com/reprints/mass-jury-awards-63m-for-childs-reaction-to-motrin/

Estate of Milena DelValle v. Bechtel, et al., Final Settlement: October 2008
Practice Area:Wrongful Death; Outcome:$28.1 million settlement

Description:Wrongful death caused by collapse of the tunnel ceiling in the I-90 connector tunnel of Boston's "Big Dig"

Estate of Scott Krueger v. MIT, et al., Case Conclusion Date:June 30, 2002
Practice Area:Wrongful Death; Outcome:$7.75 million settlement

Description:Alcohol hazing death in a fraternity being used as freshman campus housing.

Hobbies & interests:
U.S. Soo Bahk Do Moo Duk Kwan Federation - Cho Dan - 1998 – Present National Eagle Scout Association, 1982 – Present

Peer Reviews

Boston, Massachusetts

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