Brady McAninch has been serving clients in the Southern Illinois and St. Louis areas for Years
Brady was born in Alton, Illinois, and has lived in the St. Louis metropolitan area most of his life.
Brady graduated magna cum laude from Southern Illinois University School of Law where he served as the articles editor for the law journal and as Taylor Mattis Fellow to help mentor fellow students. He also spent time clerking for Chief Judge Catherine D. Perry.
After law school, Brady went to work as a defense attorney for some of St. Louis’ preeminent civil litigation firms. During this time, Brady litigated numerous cases and was responsible for managing litigation on behalf of a Fortune 100 Company in both Illinois and Missouri.
Brady’s skills inside and outside of the courtroom have resulted in countless favorable results for his clients. Most recently, Brady served as third chair in the James Reef v. Georgia Pacific LLC matter in Madison County, Illinois. This case was a multi-million dollar toxic exposure case involving experts and witnesses around the country. Again, Brady assisted in obtaining a favorable verdict for his client.
Brady has also argued and prevailed in Courts throughout Illinois and Missouri. Notably, Brady garnered a favorable ruling for his client on an issue of first impression in Missouri preventing his client’s employer from terminating him during his workers’ compensation sick leave leading to a multi-million dollar settlement for his client.
As a founding member of Hipskind & McAninch, Brady focuses his practice on representing individuals involved in business disputes, those injured by the tortious acts of others including cases such as catastrophic personal injury, wrongful death, products liability, pharmaceutical, and medical devices. Brady also utilizes his courtroom and advocacy skills to represent those facing criminal prosecution or family turmoil such as a divorce, child custody issues, and other family law matters.