Danny Bradford was born the second of four boys to Dan and Eunice Bradford in Marion, North Carolina in 1968. He graduated from McDowell High School in 1987 and then attended the University of North Carolina at Asheville, graduating with a bachelor of arts degree with Distinction in History in 1991. After pursuing other interests for two years, Mr. Bradford entered law school at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, graduating with Honors in 1996.
Mr. Bradford opened his practice in Raleigh in 1996, and within a few years had focused his work in the areas of bankruptcy and construction law. Approximately 70% of his clients are individual and married debtors filing Chapter 7, 11 and 13 bankruptcies before the Bankruptcy Courts for the Eastern District of North Carolina. Mr. Bradford has represented over three thousand consumer debtors before the bankruptcy courts, and takes pride in providing genuine relief to many people who are struggling under the weight of debts that they cannot reasonably bear.
A large portion of Mr. Bradford’s practice is representing business clients in Chapter 7 and 11 cases in the Eastern District of North Carolina, where he has helped numerous companies survive, reorganize, and thrive during difficult financial times.
Mr. Bradford has also handled numerous construction-related lawsuits and arbitrations, from simple matters involving payment of less than $10,000.00, to very complex matters involving millions of dollars. He has experience with residential, commercial and government projects, including lien claims and bond claims. This experience has been very helpful in his efforts to guide construction-related businesses through reorganizations under Chapter 11 of the Bankruptcy Code. Mr. Bradford is a member of the North Carolina Bar Association, Bankruptcy Section, National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys, and the Wake County Bar.