Marsha A. Bradley

Marsha is one of our Texas litigators.  She is experienced in litigation, insurance defense, medical malpractice defense, health law, and corporate leadership.  Marsha’s experience includes a 17-year career at State Farm Insurance Companies where she served as general counsel, risk manager, and litigator.  Subsequently, Marsha obtained a Master of Laws (LLM) degree, to expand her practice to include healthcare law and medical malpractice defense.  She has practiced in the state trial, appellate, and supreme courts.

As a first-chair trial attorney, Marsha has successfully defended clients in 32 personal injury trials.  Her practice includes substantial motion, deposition, and mediation dockets.  She builds and maintains integrity-based relationships with clients, courts, and other lawyers.

In the healthcare arena, Marsha defends physicians and hospital systems.  She advises clients on health law matters including HIPPA, Joint Commission, peer review, risk management, quality assurance, and medical-ethical issues.  Further, she handles disputes between medical professionals and the state boards that regulate them.  She practices in state trial, appellate, and supreme courts.

As a risk manager, Marsha defended litigation arising out of purported insurance regulatory violations.  Working with outside defense counsels, Marsha developed litigation strategies and managed cases through resolution.  Further, she used what she learned to improve company practices.  She developed workshops designed to identify business deficiencies and creatively resolve problems.  The workshop themes focused on leadership, change management, personal accountability, and ethics.

Marsha obtained her undergraduate business degree at University of Texas at Austin.  She earned her J.D. at University of Texas School of Law, graduating in the top 15 percent of her class.  Her education included an externship at the Texas Supreme Court.  In 2012, Marsha continued her legal education, earning an LL.M. in health law at the University of Houston Law Center.  Her master’s thesis, Organ Donor Rights: A Framework for Informed Choice received writing awards from the University of Houston Law Foundation and Scott & White Healthcare.