E. Ryan Bradley
Ryan is a personal injury lawyer and is a 1999 honors graduate of the University of Missouri – Columbia, where he majored in Biology and received a minor in Chemistry. During college, Ryan volunteered at Columbia Regional Hospital, helping injured people and their families with hospital related services. In addition, he was employed as a phlebotomist in the laboratory of Boone County Hospital. While studying and working, Ryan participated in fund raising efforts and volunteered for Habitat for Humanity, Ronald McDonald House Charity, American Red Cross, and the Special Olympics. Ryan resides in Florida with his wife, Magdalena, and two boys, Gavin and Vince. He regularly commutes to the various jurisdictions where he pratices law at no additional cost to his clients.
After college, Ryan attended law school at Washington University School of Law in St. Louis, where he was on Law Review. During law school, Ryan interned for the St. Louis County Prosecuting Attorneys office as well as other notable St. Louis law firms. After three years of law school, Ryan was offered an associate attorney position with a large St. Louis insurance defense firm, representing people who caused other people significant injuries. During this time, Ryan gained significant insight as to how insurance companies operate and their litigation tactics. Ryan soon realized his heart was in representing victims of personal injury- not the people who caused them. Ryan is licensed to practice in all Illinois state courts.
Ryan is a member of the Illinois Bar Association, the American Civil Liberties Union and the Ronald McDonald charity, an organization that provides temporary housing for families of injured children.