Bradford J. Fulton is a shareholder in Carter & Fulton, P.S., in Everett, Washington. His practice is limited to personal injury litigation, with primary emphasis on automobile accident, product liability, wrongful death, medical negligence and other significant damages claims. He received his B.A., Phi Beta Kappa, from Washington State University in 1985 (and remains a proud WSU Cougar fan), and his Juris Doctor from the University of Washington in 1988. Mr. Fulton was a member of the Washington Association for Justice (WSAJ, formerly WSTLA) Board of Governors from 1995-2015, and served as WSAJ'S President during the 2009-2010 Board term. Brad received the WSAJ President's Award for service to WSAJ in 2007, and the Alvin Anderson for his fundraising activities on behalf of WSAJ in 2015. Since leaving the WSAJ Board, Brad served 2 terms as President of the WSAJ Foundation, the Foundation via which the WSAJ Amicus Program is funded, and has taken a lead role in helping raise the funds necessary to fully endow the Amicus program. Brad now serves as the Chair of the WSAJ Foundation Amicus Program, a program which aims to give all injured people a voice before our state's highest court.
Mr. Fulton served as the primary editor for WSTLA's two-volume Automobile Accident Litigation Deskbook, published in December of 2000, as co-editor of the WSTLA Pleadings and Motions Practice CD-ROM Handbook, published in 2003, and more recently, Brad served as Editor of the WSAJ Motor Vehicle Collision Litigation Deskbook, published in August of 2010. Brad has been named a "Rising Star" or "Super Lawyer" by Washington Law & Politics magazine every year, 1999-present, and on three occasions has been listed in that publication as being among Washington's Top 40 Personal Injury Super Lawyers.
Mr. Fulton is a frequent CLE speaker, and has chaired or spoken at over 35 CLE's in the states of Washington, Oregon, Idaho and New Mexico, and in Quebec, Canada on insurance and automobile collision-related topics.
Mr. Fulton resides in the Wedgewood area of Seattle with his wife, Danielle, and two children, Hunter and Lauren. Outside of his legal activities, Brad served 2 terms as the founding President of the Bishop Blanchet Brave Booster Club (2010-2012), was the stadium announcer for several years for Bishop Blanchet varsity football games, served for 3 years on the Bishop Blanchet Advisory Board and in 2013 was named "Volunteer of the Year" at Bishop Blanchet High School in 2013 for his volunteerism. He also enjoys golf, baseball/softball, fantasy football and actively participating in the lives and activities of his children, both of whom have also gone on to attend WSU.