Bryan has the distinction of being selected by “Super Lawyers”, a peer-review organization, as one of the top attorneys in Arizona and New Mexico, marking the third consecutive year of this top honor. He is an American Institute of Personal Injury Attorneys “10 Best” for Client Satisfaction and one of the Top 40 Under 40 litigation attorneys in Arizona and New Mexico by the American Society of Legal Advocates. Bryan is a member of the Arizona Trial Lawyers Association and the State Bar of Arizona. The Board of Governors nominated Bryan to serve on the Civil Jury Instructions Committee.
After years of representing multi-national insurance companies and corporations, Bryan started the Folger Law Firm devoting himself to individuals and their families. Bryan is an experienced and successful trial lawyer in cases involving personal injury and commercial transactions. He has broad litigation experience handling matters involving, catastrophic personal injury, automobile accidents, motorcycle accidents, large truck and semi-trailer truck accidents, garbage truck accidents, construction-industrial accidents, pedestrian accidents, premises liability, trucking accidents, wrongful death, elder abuse, and nursing home neglect. He has dedicated almost all of his practice to fighting insurance companies. Bryan’s expertise and professional manner have won the respect of fellow lawyers, both on the plaintiff as well as the defense side. He remains devoted to his clients, a lawyer on the side of people.
Bryan received his law degree at the University of the Pacific, McGeorge School of Law in 2003 and his Masters in Business Administration at California State University, Sacramento in 2005. He is admitted to practice law in Arizona and California, the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals, the U.S. District Court of Arizona and Northern District of Court California. He has argued in front of the Arizona Court of Appeals and his appeals have resulted in numerous reported decisions.
Editor and Co-Author of the American Trucking Associations “Whistleblower Law 50-State Compendium,” 2013.