Bradley Dean McClellan’s law practice is focused on litigation, appellate work, and administrative disputes of primarily workers’ compensation matters, in which field he has also served as an expert witness and testified before Texas Legislative Committees. Brad currently represents injured workers, health care providers including both clinics and doctors, and employers. Brad is Board Certified in Workers’ Compensation by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization. He is a past Workers’ Compensation Exam Member of the Texas Board of Legal Specialization and founder and past Co-Director of the State Bar of Texas Advanced Workers’ Compensation Course for the first three years and served on the planning committee for the course. Brad has successfully litigated court cases all over the State of Texas from Lubbock to Dallas to Brownwood to Fort Worth to San Antonio to Houston to Edinburgh to Corpus Christi and Austin. He successfully represented a number of health care practitioners, both individuals and clinics, in actions with insurance carriers and the Texas Department of Insurance-Division of Workers’ Compensation.
Previously, Brad was the Chief of the Workers' Compensation Section for the Office of the Attorney General. At the Attorney General’s office, he and his staff represented and defended various state entities, and state officers and employees, in workers' compensation disputes from the administrative level up through appellate courts all across Texas. Brad also represented the Texas Workers’ Compensation Commission in the courthouse, including a number of interventions to uphold final decisions of the Texas Workers' Compensation Commission (now the Texas Department of Insurance-Division of Workers’ Compensation). Brad also handled a wide variety of subrogation matters on behalf of the State of Texas. On behalf of the Attorney General, Brad successfully intervened in several constitutional issues raised in court. Before working for the Attorney General, Brad presided over hundreds of contested case hearings as an administrative law judge for the Texas Workers' Compensation Commission. Brad is a licensed Texas attorney since 1990. Brad graduated from the University of Texas with a B.A. from the Plan II Honors Program in 1987, and the University of Texas School of Law with a J.D. in 1990.
Brad has presented at legal, judicial, employee, employer, health care provider, state agency, carrier and insurance adjuster seminars in Austin, Dallas, Houston, and San Antonio primarily on workers’ compensation and administrative law to a variety of audiences. Brad has represented clients on appeal before the Texas Supreme Court, the U.S. Fifth Circuit and all the Courts of Appeals of the State of Texas.
Represented clients on appeal before the:
The Supreme Court of Texas & U.S. Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals
First Court of Appeals, Houston Eighth Court of Appeals, El Paso
Second Court of Appeals, Fort Worth Ninth Court of Appeals, Beaumont
Third Court of Appeals, Austin Tenth Court of Appeals, Waco
Fourth Court of Appeals, San Antonio Eleventh Court of Appeals, Eastland
Fifth Court of Appeals, Dallas Twelfth Court of Appeals, Tyler
Sixth Court of Appeals, Texarkana Thirteenth Court of Appeals, Corpus Christi
Seventh Court of Appeals, Amarillo Fourteenth Court of Appeals, Houston
Brad is the proud Dad of two smart and beautiful daughters, who are 2nd Degree Black Belts in Tae Kwon Do and incredible young ladies, a Longhorn and an Aggie, and he is also the proud Uncle of four terrific nieces and three wonderful nephews. Brad is active in the community including University of Texas alumni groups and Riverbend Church.