Transportation-related injuries are a leading cause of workplace deaths, but autonomous vehicles could change that, according to Kendra DePaul of the Ohio Bureau of Workers’ Compensation. According to DePaul, more than 4,800 workplace fatalities occurred nationwide in 2015, and increased to 5,200 in 2016. Of…
Even at a young age, Bryan knew he wanted to help people. Being the son of a Southern preacher, he continually saw his father helping others through times of grief and illness. The right to trial by jury inspires and motivates him to defend and give voice to those in need.
Bryan has been a trial lawyer for over 20 years, providing clients with much-needed services in their time of need. He believes lawyers are counselors in every sense of the word—they not only defend the rights of their clients, but counsel them through life-altering events and grief.
Bryan Pope is dedicated to help those who have no voice and whose lives have been shattered by the careless actions of individuals or the consequences of corporate misconduct or neglect. For Bryan, it is not only important that he fight for his clients, but also that he fights for justice.