Personal Injury Attorney Brad Anderson has been cycling “since the late nineties, and I’m involved in both road and mountain biking.” He currently rides a Merlin road bike and a Specialized Stumpjumper mountain bike. Says Brad, “I enjoy the physical challenge of cycling and the reward of beautiful scenery if mountain biking or the accomplishment of a specific distance or climb if road biking. Cycling also offers me a chance to recharge for the next day or week.”
Brad finds great satisfaction in helping injured cyclists, “I especially enjoy working on cycling cases for two reasons. First, the opportunity to connect with clients over a shared interest. Second and most gratifying, the opportunity to educate people with respect to the rules for cyclists and the drivers we share the road with. More often than not, I feel that the first impression is that the cyclist was in the wrong and that is not always the case. Helping cyclist gives me the opportunity to help us all understand how to share the road, even if that is one case at a time.”
Brad Anderson practices law in Utah. He represents cyclists and other clients who have personal injuries occurring from car accidents, commercial/large truck accidents, and public transportation accidents. He also handles accidents involving pedestrians and motorcyclists. Brad also resolves wrongful death cases.
Brad graduated from University of Utah in 1998, obtaining a Bachelor’s of Science Degree; his studies focused on the relationship of business and government, administrative regulation and control, and economic theory. He earned his Juris Doctorate from the University of Utah College of Law in 2002. While attending law school, Brad’s studies included an emphasis on general areas of law, including securities regulation, antitrust, corporate structure and litigation.
Prior to his association with Craig Swapp & Associates, Brad was associated with the law firm of Bautista, Booth, Parkinson in Salt Lake City, where he was responsible for building that firm’s general civil litigation practice focusing on personal injury, commercial litigation and real estate. He also was associated with Siegfried and Jensen from 2002 to 2016, handling a wide variety of personal injury legal matters, including litigation, arbitrations, mediations, motor vehicle collisions, premises liability and medical malpractice.
Before practicing as a personal injury attorney, Brad was a law clerk for the Utah Attorney General Office in Salt Lake City.
Brad is a member in good standing with the Utah State Bar, the Litigation Section of the Utah State Bar, the Utah Association for Justice, and the American Association for Justice. In his spare time, in addition to cycling, he enjoys many outdoor activities, including skiing and whitewater rafting. Brad has also maintained a long standing tradition volunteering his time with the Boy Scouts of America.