Bradley A. Crouser|
500 Lee Street East
Charleston, WV 25301-3202
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Bradley A. Crouser is a Member of the Firm's Administrative Practice Group. He has represented major national and international corporations in workers' compensation litigation since February 1989.
Mr. Crouser graduated magna cum laude from the West Virginia University School of Journalism in 1976. He obtained his Juris Doctor from the West Virginia University College of Law in 1979.
Prior to joining Jackson Kelly PLLC, Mr. Crouser managed and edited a weekly news magazine, The Better Times Weekly, which was the state's largest‑circulating publication. He had private interviews with Ronald Reagan and Tony Blair, among others. He had been a columnist for seven West Virginia newspapers, beginning in his high school years. After law school, he was briefly in‑house counsel for Concorde Coal Company. He was elected Magistrate of Marion County and served a four year term before coming to Charleston, where he served as Deputy Finance Commissioner, Workers' Compensation Executive Secretary and State Tax Commissioner for the State of West Virginia. He was named a Distinguished West Virginian in 1988.
Mr. Crouser serves on the Workers' Compensation Committee of the State Bar. He wrote a booklet, How To Use Your Magistrate Court, and has written articles for the West Virginia Law Review. Mr. Crouser was founder and editor of The Mountain Ear, a newsletter for state employees. He has lectured at West Virginia University, the University of Charleston, West Virginia University Institute of Technology and at numerous seminars for workers' compensation practitioners. Mr. Crouser occasionally is a guest columnist for The Charleston Daily Mail.
Mr. Crouser was appointed by Governor Underwood to the West Virginia Ethics Commission from 1997 to 2005, serving as its vice chairman and chairman of the State Open Governmental Meetings Committee. In 2005, he was appointed by Governor Manchin to the Probable Cause Review Board. He has served as a deacon of Bible Center Church in Charleston and is active in blindness and Alzheimer's organizations. He is author of a book on Christian issues, "What's My Excuse?" and "Arch," a biography of the state's former governor.