Proposed $123 Mil. Accord Is Reached in Bradley Abuse Suit

, The Legal Intelligencer


Insurance companies and the hospital where convicted serial child sex offender Dr. Earl Bradley worked have reached a proposed settlement of $123.15 million to create a fund for the reported hundreds of victims assaulted by the doctor.

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  • LulaineRDLegalFunding

    It was expected that it would come down to this because of the amount of victims and the number of years the doctor was practicing. If the hospital actually took it to trial it would have bankrupted them financially because of the length of the trial and the possibility of losing. It was good for them and maybe good for the plaintiffs so they can start to move on with their lives.

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