About Bradt Law Offices


Steve Bradt

Steve Bradt has been representing injured men and women across northern Minnesota since 1983. A native of the Iron Range, he grew up in Eveleth and attended UMD and the University of Minnesota Law School. Steve has successfully handled over 1,000 workers' compensation, personal injury and wrongful death claims over the past 30 years.

Steve understands the stress you are experiencing when you have been injured and the insurance company refuses to pay your lost wages, medical bills and other expenses. At any given time, he has represented your friends and neighbors in communities throughout northern Minnesota, including:

Aitkin

Aurora

Babbitt

Bemidji

Brainerd

Chisholm

Cloquet

Coleraine

Cook

Crosby-Ironton

Deer River

Duluth

Ely

Eveleth

Gilbert

Grand Rapids

Hackensack

Hibbing

Hoyt Lakes

International Falls

Keewatin

Nashwauk

Orr

Soudan

Tower

Virginia

Walker

 

Claims Against All Employers - Big or Small


Steve has been successful in claims against all of the big insurance companies and is not afraid to take on any employer, no matter the size, when his clients' rights are at stake. He has handled claims against the big box retailers, mining and construction companies, cities, counties and the State of Minnesota, as well as many others, large and small. Steve is proud to represent union members, including claims handled under the Union Construction Workers Compensation Program (UCWCP). As a result, he enjoys the confidence of referrals from former clients, health care providers and vocational rehabilitation consultants.

In addition to his representation of injured working men and women, Steve has taught courses and lectured on litigation, trial practice and workers' compensation at Itasca Community College. He has served as board president for non-profit corporations such as the Itasca County YMCA, United Way and Room for Employment. Before relocating his practice to Grand Rapids, Steve was a founding partner with the Duluth law firm of Cuzzo, Bradt & Envall from 1999 until 2006.

When not at work, Steve enjoys spending time at his cabin on Lake Vermilion, canoeing in the BWCA and Quetico regions, traveling, woodworking and spending time with his children and grandchildren.