Brad Dowlin focuses his practice in the field of workers’ compensation subrogation. He represents both insurance carriers with their lien recovery claims and injured workers directly with their personal injury claims in cases involving defective products, motor vehicle accidents, workplace accidents, slip/trip and falls, and general negligence.

Brad has extensive knowledge of state-specific workers’ compensation subrogation laws throughout the United States, and he works on cases throughout the United States using services of local counsel. Brad strives to provide the highest level of service to all of his clients and vigorously defends the lien rights of workers’ compensation insurance carriers, as well as the rights of injured workers.

During law school, Brad worked at the Federal Communications Commission in the Office of Engineering and Technology, where he helped to promulgate rules regarding spectrum allocation for implantable medical devices. Prior to joining White and Williams, Brad worked as a general practitioner with a focus on civil litigation, including personal injury and medical malpractice.

Recognition and Involvement

Recognition & Involvement

Brad was selected in a survey of his peers as a Pennsylvania "Rising Star" by Super Lawyers in 2019.


Bar and Court Admissions


New Jersey

U.S. District Court for the District of New Jersey

U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania


Georgetown University Law Center, JD, 2012

Pennsylvania State University, BA, 2009

News & Insights


  • Negotiated a settlement of nearly $400,000 for the injured worker and subrogating carrier in a New Jersey legal malpractice case arising from a work injury
  • Successfully defended a challenge to the validity of Arbitration Forums, Inc.’s special arbitration forum in the State of Wisconsin
  • Obtained a six-figure workers’ compensation lien reimbursement in a Kansas motor vehicle case
  • Negotiated a substantial settlement for the workers’ compensation lien on death benefits arising from a fatal plane crash in North Carolina


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