Attorney Brad Pollock

Bradley P. Pollock

Founding Partner

Brad Pollock is a co-founding principal partner of Bell & Pollock, PC. Mr. Pollock is a main participant in the Civil Litigation operations at Bell & Pollock and is regularly involved in courtroom appearances where he advocates for his clients. Mr. Pollock has tried cases throughout the state of Colorado with great success and has tried numerous cases with *first-time/first trial” lawyers to help them understand and learn the trial process. Mr. Pollock has obtained million dollar verdicts throughout the state of Colorado including Leadville (Lake County) Durango (LaPlata County) Golden (Jefferson County) and Centennial Colorado (Arapahoe County). He has had successful outcomes and verdicts in all the Courts throughout the Denver Metropolitan area and in many other Courts throughout the state of Colorado. He has argued cases before the Colorado Supreme Court, the Colorado Court of Appeals and the Colorado District Courts. He can quickly adapt from lead counsel at trial to second chair where he brings his expertise and experience to help first time lawyers to assure that every client at Bell & Pollock receives superior representation.

Brad Pollock is a native of the state of Colorado, born in Englewood, Colorado. Mr. Pollock attended elementary school at All Souls Catholic School, High School at Mullen Prep., obtained his graduate degree from the University of Denver and his Judicial Doctorate (Law Degree) at the University of Denver.

Brad Pollock began his legal career serving as a law clerk at the law firm of Demoulin, Anderson, Campbell and Laugesen, a renowned insurance defense firm. Thereafter he moved to the law firm of Banta and Eason as a general litigator and corporate counsel.  Mr. Pollock’s desire to spend more time in the courtroom led him to the law firm of Criswell, Patterson, McNamara, Miles and Bell where he gained valuable experience as a Plaintiff’s personal injury litigation but also studied under former Court of Appeals Judge John Criswell, in the field of Appellate litigation.

While well-versed in general litigation on behalf of his clients, Mr. Pollock’s practice has gravitated primarily towards litigation in the representation of clients in the field of Car Accidents, Commercial Truck Accidents, Premises Liability, Personal Injury claims and Professional Negligence Claims. Mr. Pollock has also devoted a significant part of his practice to representing clients in wrongful death claims on behalf of their parents, spouses and children and was lead counsel for the firm of Bell & Pollock in representing and protecting women’s rights in the defective breast implant product liability cases pursued in Colorado and throughout the nation.

Since the formation of Bell & Pollock, Mr. Pollock has continued to pursue and protect the rights of injured people throughout the state of Colorado. He has been successful in obtaining an eight-figure verdict on behalf of a quadriplegic young man who was a passenger in a car operated by an intoxicated driver and successfully represented the children in a wrongful death case resulting from a driver crossing over on the middle lane of a highway resulting in a seven-figure verdict. Mr. Pollock, as recently as 2019, was recognized for having one of the top ten verdicts in 2019 in the state of Colorado in his representation of his clients seeking recovery concerning a wrongful death claim.

Mr. Pollock obtained a verdict in excess of $1,000,000 in Arapahoe County District Court in a Medical Malpractice claim on behalf of his client. Shortly thereafter, he obtained a verdict in excess of $1,000,000 recovering for losses his client experienced as a result of an explosion and fire which caused damage to his client’s property and business.

Mr. Pollock is a family man. He has seven children and twenty grandchildren. When he is not spending his time devoted to representing his clients, Mr. Pollock has spent his time in civic activities. For over twenty years Mr. Pollock was the sole financial sponsor of the entire operations providing Thanksgiving dinners for hundreds of people each year and Christmas parties each year for the underprivileged in the Sheridan/Englewood area which included visits from Santa Claus, free books to improve reading skills and gifts for each child attending numbering anywhere from 500 to 1000 gifts each year. Mr. Pollock and his wife and personal friends also spent hundreds of hours each year in the month of December purchasing and wrapping each gift to be given to each underprivileged child and attending the gift give-away Christmas party and dinner. Brad Pollock has also spent much of his free time coaching youth basketball and spent many years as a Scout Master and Eagle Scout Advisor where he has helped numerous young men obtain their Eagle Scout Award.

Mr. Pollock believes that it is important that he provides quality and successful representation for his clients and that he takes the necessary actions to level the playing field against large and many times uncaring insurance companies and negligent people who inflict injury through their careless actions. Brad Pollock has devoted over 40 years of his life working for injured victims resulting from the negligence or careless actions of others. His philosophy and care for the injured person has never wavered and he looks forward to contributing his skills and energy for many years to come in the pursuit of full recovery on behalf of those injured people who place their trust and confidence in his hands.

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Case Results


CASE: Client was injured by a drunk driver. As a result of the motor vehicle accident, client was rendered a quadriplegic and needed a life care plan.
Outcome: $9,600,000

CASE: Against Insurance company for failure to pay for property damage after a gas and fire explosion.
Outcome: $1,600,000

CASE: Medical malpractice for failure to diagnose a descending aorta aneurism, resulting in death.
Outcome: $1,300,000

CASE: Neck and back injuries from car accident. Client had ongoing symptoms and needed injections for attempted remediation of pain.
Settled for $485,000

CASE: Client was injured in a 2 vehicle collision. She suffered a traumatic brain injury, concussion and multiple injuries to the neck.
Outcome: $6,000,000

CASE: Client was in her car and was T-Boned by a commercial vehicle. Her cerebral spinal fluid leaked and she suffered a concussion and traumatic brain injury with neck and lumbar (low back) injuries. Her neck injury caused radiating pain, numbness and tingling in her arms.
Outcome: $3,400,000

CASE: Client was driving on a rural road when another car crossed the center line and caused a head-on collision in the snow and ice. Client did physical work for a living. Both knees were injured, along with a neck injury.
Outcome: $2,300,000

CASE: Client was driving on South Parker road when another vehicle rapidly changed lanes and rear-ended the client. That vehicle was cited for careless driving. The collision caused a concussion with traumatic brain Injury. Client missed time from work and had a positive correlation between brain scan and neuropsychological test results.
Outcome: $950,000

CASE: Client was rear ended by a dump truck, was then knocked forward and hit another vehicle. Client had a concussion with traumatic brain injury. Client underwent a brain scan which showed hypoperfusion, correlated with her concussion symptoms. Client suffered neck injuries and injuries to her low back.
Outcome: $650,000

CASE: Client was rear-ended. The mechanism of injury from the forces in the collision caused her neck injury and at the same time, damaged her organs inside her throat. Client had swallowing and choking issues.
Outcome: $1,250,000

CASE: Client was in a motor vehicle accident. Both injections in the neck rendered some temporary relief. The Injections were transforaminal epidural steroid injections. Surgery was recommended on the lumbar (low back). The low back was injured by the forces in the collisions.
Outcome: $933,000

CASE: The client was driving in her car and was rear-ended thereby causing injuries to her lower back and neck. Client also suffered a concussion. Client had to undergo facet injections multiple times, through multiple procedures. Client also had cognitive issues which required cognitive training and therapy.
Outcome: $400,000

CASE: Client was entering a highway from an on ramp and was rear-ended by a commercial van. Client tested positive for Thoracic Outlet Syndrome and failed conservative treatment. Client underwent thoracic outlet syndrome surgey, which involved removal of the first rib to attempt to relieve pressure in the thoracic outlet. Client also suffered a back injury.
Outcome: $750,000

CASE: Client was injured by a drunk driver, who crossed the center line of the road. Client underwent multiple surgeries and could not work. Client was late 40s and needed a modified life care plan.
Outcome: $750,000

CASE: Client was rear ended by a tow truck driver who was a diabetic. The diabetic at fault party was a non-compliant diabetic and claimed he had a syncope episode, and was “blacked out”. Client had a preexisting back condition known and the forces from the collision aggravated, or made worse, the preexisting back condition in addition to, causing neck injuries.
Outcome: $350,000

CASE: Client was a passenger in a car where the driver fell asleep on a country road in the early morning hours. The car rolled multiple times. Client had eye injuries, facial injuries and neck and knee injuries.
Outcome: $850,000

CASE: Client was on the job, driving her own car, when she was rear-ended. She suffered a concussion with traumatic brain injury and pursued Workers Compensation Claim.
Outcome: $150,000

CASE: Client slipped and fell on snow and ice in Central City. He suffered back injuries, that did not require injections.
Outcome: $125,000

CASE: Client slipped and fell on snow and ice on a sidewalk in front of a business. She had to have knee surgery and multiple injections in her back.
Outcome: $175,000

CASE: Client was visiting a friend who was renting a house. Client tripped on untreated, dangerous section of deck and injured his back.
Outcome: $150,000

CASE:Client was rear ended and needed fusion spinal surgery. Insurance proceeds were limited.
Outcome: $125,000

CASE:Client was rear-ended and had to have rotator cuff surgery. Insurance proceeds were limited.
Settled for $65,000

CASE:Client was at Denver International Aiport traveling through Denver, slipped and fell and broke her ankle.
Settled for $118,750

CASE:Client was exposed to mold in a multi-family dwelling that was caused by leaking water.
Settled for $125,000

CASE:Motorcycle accident, reconstructive surgery, post-traumatic stress disorder, neurological injuries
Settled for $1,275,000