Richardson, Thomas, Haltiwanger, Moore & Lewis
Brady Thomas represents victims and families in a variety of cases, including medical malpractice, catastrophic injuries, burn injuries, product liability, and other personal-injury litigation.
Driven by a desire to help others, Brady's work at times has benefited other people as well as his clients.
Brady has represented victims across the country in more than five dozen cases involving exploding gasoline cans. His work spurred the industry to add flame arresters to new plastic gas cans beginning in 2017.
He worked on behalf of consumers in class-action cases such as a challenge to closing fees in auto sales. He was the lead trial attorney in a case that resulted in a $4 million judgment for car buyers charged fees beyond dealers’ actual costs.
Licensed to appear in all state and federal courts in Georgia and South Carolina, he has helped medical malpractice victims with cases involving delayed diagnosis, misdiagnosis, retained objects, surgical errors, and falls after failure to supervise.