Justice for Oregon Mother Fatally Shot with Online Gun
Brady won a major victory reforming the online gun industry and working to prevent future illegal sales after murder of mother of two.
Seeking Justice in Missouri For Eight-Year-Old Killed by Father
After a 10 year legal battle, the Kansas Supreme Court held that a mother could seek justice from gun dealer who sold a firearm to her husband, a convicted felon, to kill her eight-year-old son.
Justice for Lifelong Chicagoan Killed with a Trafficked Gun
Brady holds gun dealers accountable for selling trafficked firearms to the criminal market which were later used to shoot and kill a native son of the South Side, war veteran, and Chicago Police Officer while on duty.
Gun Dealer Held Accountable for Arming Man with Mental Illness
A gun dealer is no longer in business after Brady sued them for negligently selling a firearm to a man with mental illness who later shot and killed three people.
Justice for Officers Injured by Career Criminal
Brady facilitated a $1 million settlement between a firearms dealer and officers.
Fight Continues Against Gun Show Dealers For Supplying Gun Trafficker
Brady continues the fight for Daniel Williams, who suffered injuries in a drive-by shooting involving one of hundreds of firearms bought from negligent gun dealer Charles Brown. Courts found that gun dealers can be held liable under PLCAA for facilitating arms trafficking.
Straw Purchasers Accountable in Death of Pennsylvania Police Officer and US Marine
Brady filed suit and judge dismissed gun dealer’s preliminary objections, allowing case to push forward and hold dealers accountable when straw purchased firearms get distributed to prohibited persons while still on their property.
Justice Won for Family of Officer Slain By Straw Purchased Gun
Indiana Supreme Court rules against gun dealer using state immunity law, giving victims ability to change business practices of gun dealers responsible for facilitating straw purchases.
Negligent Gun Dealer Forced to Close
Brady successfully settles for $2 million with Kansas Gun dealer, which was forced to close its doors for its extremely negligent business practices which resulted workplace shooting.
Cities Seek Accountability Throughout 90’s
In the late 1990s, lawsuits spearheaded by Brady on behalf of over 30 major cities nationwide exposed the role of the gun industry in supplying the criminal gun market and won several landmark court decisions
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