Bryan is proud to be a Trial Lawyer and partners with Mary Alice McLarty, the current Vice-President of the American Association of Justice (AAJ) formerly ATLA. Together, the law firm of McLarty Pope, LLP has over 40 years of experience in respesenting victims who have been seriously injured or whose loved ones have been killed due to the careless actions of individuals or corporate misconduct or neglect.
Bryan is the son of a Southern preacher man so he brings a compassion gained from years of listening to lessons of how to help those who are in need to help his clients whose lives have been broken due to no fault of their own. After graduation from law school in the early 90s, Bryan immediately began his personal injury practice at one of the most successful personal injury law firms in the country in Dallas, Texas.
It was at this time that Bryan began to understand that to be a Trial Lawyer meant more than just being a lawyer but also participating in a larger process in which the enemies of justice have been trying to destroy the Trial Lawyers and the people they represent. Since the early 90s, there has been a concerted effort by The Chamber of Commerce and other corporate and insurance based groups to attack the justice system and gain immunity for corporations that kill and maim when they manufacture unsafe products or make decisions in the board room that result in dangerous corporate behavior.
Bryan has focused his practice on representing victims of automobile and tractor-trailer accidents as well as construction site and work place accidents. He has also developed an expertise in representing victims of drunk drivers who have been overserved at bars and restaurants. He has also developed a niche along with his partner, Mary Alice McLarty, representing people who have been diagnosed with Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS)/Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy (RSD) due to accidents or work place injuries.
Bryan is the President-elect of the Dallas Trial Lawyers Assocation and has served for years on the Board of Directors for both the Texas Trial Lawyers Association and the Dallas Trial Lawyers Association. He has also been recognized by his peers as a Texas Super Lawyer and has frequently lectured at legal seminars. Bryan has also been active in the community, including his service on the Advisory Board of the Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) DFW Metroplex chapter.