Alabama's Premier Personal Injury Law Firm
When you work with the Bryant Law Firm, you are guided into a supportive atmosphere embodied with innovative legal experience and exceptional performance history, along with a compassionate and attentive team constantly devoted to your well-being.
We not only fight diligently on your behalf no matter the issue, but we also offer a helping hand as well, ensuring that your mental, physical, and emotional needs are met during such stressful times.
Attorney Carli K. Bryant
Born in small-town Tuscaloosa, Alabama, the founder of the Bryant Law Firm, Carli K. Bryant, has a personal connection to the obstacles clients face during and after a personal injury case. She had a traumatic wreck with a tractor-trailer leaving her with serious injuries. The turmoil she and her family faced during this wreck led her to consider a career in personal injury. Carli went on to attain a B.S. degree (Cum Laude) in Political Science from Middle Tennessee State University, and a J.D. from Samford
University-Cumberland School of Law.
While at Samford University-Cumberland School of Law, Carli was Chairperson of the law journal, clerked for the U.S. Attorney's Office, a federal judge, and was nominated as Who’s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges. She received several Scholar of Merit Awards while in law school and finished within the top of her graduating class with a 3.58 GPA.
After graduation, Carli went to work for several top-rated personal injury firms within the southeastern region, achieving millions of dollars for her clients, all while providing compassionate service and effective communication. She concentrated primarily on auto wrecks, premise liability, medical malpractice, and litigation, during her time working at leading personal injury firms. Carli has received recognition for her talents by her induction into The National Trial Lawyers Top 40 Under 40 and The National Black Lawyers Top 40 under 40.
After several years of working for large, corporate-driven personal injury firms, Carli felt constrained and desired more autonomy to focus on what law was created for in the first place: humanity. For Carli, providing legal services to clients should include a moral compass, empathy, effective representation, and good ole down-to-Earth communication.