Bradley D. Souders
115 S. Fielding Ave.
Tampa, Florida 33606
Telephone: (813) 220-7767
Facsimile: (813) 254-3756
Firm: Hog Law
Hog Law is a Tampa-based law firm specializing in representation of those injured in motorcycle accidents throughout Tampa Bay and the state of Florida.
Attorney Bradley D. Souders, a biker himself, understands first-hand the devastating impact a motorcycle accident and injury can have on you, your livelihood, and your family.
With Hog Law, you will have an experienced attorney AND an experienced biker on your side. In his 20+ years practicing law, Brad Souders has received the highest of peer review ratings and continues to provide legal counsel throughout the state of Florida at reduced "Biker Rates."
Souders has represented bikers injured in motorcycle accidents in Tampa, St. Petersburg, Clearwater, Orlando, and across the coast to Daytona Beach, Fort Lauderdale, and Miami, thus earning the reputation as "THE Motorcycle Accident Lawyer" in the state of Florida.
Affiliations & Memberships:
The Florida Bar (1990 – current) (Member in good standing)
The Florida Bar Trail Lawyers Section
The Hillsborough County Bar Association (1990 – current)
Ferguson-White American Inn of Court (Barrister) (past member)
American Journal Of Trial Advocacy (1987 – 1990)
Brad is licensed to practice law in Florida
Brad has been in practice for at least 20 years
Executive Board Member of Gulf Ridge Council
Boy Scouts of America (2002-04)
The Tampa Downtown Partnership (2001 – present)
The Kiwanis Club of Tampa (2004 – 2008)
Old Town Chapter Brandon Hog Member (2009 to present)
Attorney for Hillsborough Guardian Ad Litem Program
Attorney for Bar Area Volunteer Lawyers Program
Channel 13 “Ask-a-Lawyer”
HCBA Lawyers For Literacy Program
Brad has been riding motorcycles since childhood, starting with a mini-bike, Kawasaki 90; Kawasaki 175; Suzuki RM 125; Harley Davidson Dyna Wide Glide; Harley Davidson Road King; and Harley Davidson Electra Glide Police Special.
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