Bryan is an Associate in Hancock Daniel’s Fairfax Office, where he regularly advises and represents clients in the defense of medical malpractice actions. Bryan appreciates the stress and disruption that results from a medical malpractice action and applies strong communication, broad legal knowledge, and persuasive advocacy to achieve the best possible results for his clients. “Medical professionals provide one of the most important services in our society,” Bryan says. “Every day, they bring to bear their knowledge, experience, and expertise to help others and keep us healthy.” “I understand the burden a lawsuit can place on those providers, and I do my level best to shepherd them through the legal process with effective communication, advocacy, and representation so that they can continue to focus on what they do best.”
Prior to joining Hancock Daniel, Bryan served as a Judicial Law Clerk to the judges of the 18th Judicial Circuit of Virginia. He graduated from University of Richmond, summa cum laude, where he earned the highest grades in his class for Federal Civil Procedure, Contracts, Business Associations, Family Law, and Wills & Trusts; graduated as a member of the Order of the Coif; was a member of the McNeill Law Society; served as an extern for the Honorable Robert E. Payne of the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia; was an Articles Editor for the University of Richmond Law Review; and gained valuable trial experience during his tenure with the Fredericksburg Office of the Public Defender.
Radford University, B.S.
University of Richmond School of Law, J.D.
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