Bradford Hendrickson is an accomplished trial lawyer for both defendants and plaintiffs.
Bradford’s practice focuses on high-stakes business and commercial litigation, as well as product liability and personal injury claims. He also spends a significant amount of time handling litigation for the oil and gas industry, and he has an active appellate practice. Bradford’s clients include leading domestic and international companies. His advocacy for those clients extends to state and federal venues across the country, as well as complex arbitration proceedings.
With a keen eye for strategy, Bradford manages his cases from start to finish. He is a client’s voice in the courtroom and a dedicated, tenacious advocate. Before joining Lightfoot, Bradford tried cases for both plaintiffs and defendants, advocating on behalf of large corporations, small businesses and individuals. Therefore he has a deep understanding of what motivates all parties of a case. But regardless of the size or side of his client, Bradford approaches cases with the same passion and tactics: digging deep into the details, applying persistent pressure and aggressively pursuing justice.
Bradford is a graduate of the University of Texas, and received his law degree from the University of Houston Law Center. During law school, he served as the executive editor of the Houston Journal of International Law, interned with Judge Elsa Alcala at the Texas First Court of Appeals, and he received awards and scholarships for his excellence in advocacy. He then went on to clerk for Judge Leif M. Clark and Judge John C. Akard of the Bankruptcy Court of the Western District of Texas.
When not in the courtroom, Bradford enjoys experimenting in the kitchen, cheering on the Texas Longhorns and his hometown Denver Broncos, and entertaining his two terriers, Finn and Lola.