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Bradley and Bradley, L.C. - Lexington, MO

P. O. Box 130105 South 10th StreetLexington, MO 64067

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Updated: 11/20/2018

Lexington Personal Injury Law Firm

Overview

What is now the law firm of Bradley and Bradley, L.C., in Lexington, Missouri, had its beginning when Ike Skelton, Sr., began practicing law in Lexington in 1926.

I n 1951 Newton R. Bradley became associated with Mr. Skelton and in 1952 they founded the firm of Skelton and Bradley. Ike Skelton, Jr. joined the firm in 1956 and practiced law until his election to Congress in 1976.

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