As a former college football player turned attorney, Brad Sohn launched the first professional sports injury practice in the nation. He has quickly become the preferred legal counsel among professional athletes, successfully litigating against the NFL, physicians and insurance carriers on behalf of many high-profile players
Brad Sohn Law is often involved in groundbreaking legal matters. Brad was the first to file a lawsuit on behalf of families involved in the Champlain Towers condominium collapse in Surfside, Florida where the Court appointed him to the Plaintiff’s Steering Committee. The case grew to a massive class action with 14 other law firms joining Brad Sohn Law and together they reached a monumental $1 billion settlement.
Brad Sohn fought for plaintiffs in the Surfside, Florida condominium collapse lawsuit which resulted in a historic $1 billion class-action settlement. The Firm has also negotiated million-dollar settlements in high-profile cases including those against the NFL and Big Tobacco.
A Florida-based firm with a national reach, Brad Sohn Law represents plaintiffs around the country in both state and federal court proceedings, frequently litigating in California, Pennsylvania, Georgia and Washington State.