William J. Brady, Attorney

Mr. Brady graduated with Distinction from the University of Michigan with a double major in Philosophy and Psychology and earned his J.D., Magna Cum Laude from The Detroit College of Law in 1988 (now Michigan State University College of Law).  He is a member of the State Bar of Michigan and the Macomb County Bar Association.  He also served as Managing Editor of the Law Review his third year of Law School.  Mr. Brady has two published cases concerning Personal Injury issues – one in the Court of Appeals and one in the Supreme Court of Michigan.  He is also the author of a published Law Review Comment concerning “Temporary Taking Damages” in the context of real estate.

Mr. Brady was a distance runner through high school, college and beyond, (now he walks). To succeed at these levels, one has to have talent, but, more importantly, one has to be dedicated, determined and diligent.  At times, litigation (in its many forms) requires an attorney to have talent, but also requires the attributes of a distance runner.  A lawsuit is analogous to a steeple chase race, which is a near two mile run with barriers and water jumps along the way.  To prevail in a legal proceeding, you have to go the distance, and overcome barriers and hurdles, which can be navigated in different ways.

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