Whether he is drafting demand letters, litigating a lawsuit, or pushing a case forward, Ryan approaches his interactions with clients and insurance companies with zeal, and he is personally invested in every case he takes on. This combination of love for the law and a strong sense of altruism has led him to become a personal injury lawyer.
Ryan has had a significant impact on numerous catastrophic injury cases since beginning his practice. He previously worked on a vast array of personal injury cases with different firms in Austin and San Antonio, where he gained experience with many different types of personal injury cases, giving him the knowledge base and ability to excel at advocating for his clients.
Early in his life, Ryan first became passionate about pursuing a career in law after reading John Grisham’s legal thriller The Firm. In addition, his father and grandfather had illustrious careers in law enforcement and instilled in him a deep-seated desire to help others and to bring justice to those in need.
A native of Charlotte, North Carolina, Ryan graduated magna cum laude with a bachelor’s degree from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte. He also received the Chancellor’s List recognition for every semester that he attended the school.
Ryan went on to graduate magna cum laude with his juris doctorate from the Baylor University School of Law. While there, he served as an articles editor for the Baylor Law Review and as an intern for the Ace & TJ Show, a morning radio program based in his Charlotte, North Carolina. He also won the Patton Roberts, PLLC Award for his accomplishments as a student. He continues to serve as a member of Baylor's Order of the Barristers.
Over the years, this esteemed litigator has benefited his professional community as a member of the Texas Trial Lawyers Association, the Capital Area Trial Lawyers Association, the Colorado Trial Lawyers Association, the American Association for Justice, and the American Academy of Truck Accident Attorneys.