Bradley P. Scarp graduated from Seattle University School of Law in 1991. He spent eight years at Madden Poliak MacDougall and Williamson, a firm specializing in maritime law. He left that firm in 1999 with Tom Montgomery to form Montgomery Scarp, PLLC (and its successor, Montgomery Scarp Chait, PLLC). Brad's primary area of practice has always been civil litigation with an emphasis on railroad and maritime law, Jones Act and FELA injury cases, insurance / indemnity and real property claims, as well as a variety of commercial and contract litigation. Brad has tried numerous cases to verdict in Washington in many different state and federal courts, and in Alaska. Prior to the practice of law, Brad's work experience included commercial construction, driving a truck in New York, and a handful of years working aboard freighters in Alaska and the Bering Sea. traveling the country for 18 months on a motorcycle.
Brad is admitted to practice in Washington State, United States District Court (Western District of Washington) and the Ninth Circuit. He is a member of the Washington Bar Association and the Federal Bar Association (Western District of Washington).
In addition to the law, Brad played and coached baseball, soccer and tennis for decades, as well as other sports, though his interests now focus more on his family. He has also achieved minor acclaim locally for his grilled baby-back ribs and homemade salsa.