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Brad W. Graham Senior Counsel

Email Direct: 617.210.7717
vCard Fax: 617.728.0052
Brad Graham is an associate at Hermes, Netburn, O’Connor & Spearing, P.C. who concentrates his practice in the areas of litigation, insurance coverage and products liability.  Brad helps clients preserve their business interests by efficiently evaluating, managing and resolving a wide range of disputes, with the goal of avoiding costly litigation.

Brad counsels businesses within the insurance industry on matters related to insurance coverage, claims and liability.  He also handles toxic tort matters for manufacturers and distributors of asbestos-containing products, including within the automotive and HVAC industries.

Prior to joining the firm, Brad was an attorney at Boston-based law firms where he concentrated his practice in litigation, including products liability, medical malpractice, insurance defense, and environmental and property contamination.


  • Obtained a significant settlement in a first-party subrogation action involving catastrophic oil contamination of residential property.
  • Successfully moved for summary judgment on behalf of a property owner on personal injury claims asserted by a patron of the property lessee's night club.
  • Drafted successful summary judgment motion upon which the Hawaiian court held that equipment manufacturer had no liability for harm caused by third-party replacement parts used in manufacturer's equipment.
  • Coordinated and drafted responses to all written discovery requests served on major products liability defendant across the country.
  • Served as lead defense discovery counsel in numerous asbestos products liability actions.


New Hampshire Bar Association

  • Member

Acton Historical Commission

  • Clerk


  • Massachusetts "Rising Stars", recognized by the publishers of Law & Politics and Boston Magazine, 2010-2012, 2019
Rising Star-Super Lawyers 2019
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