“We passionately believe that people who have been seriously
injured or have lost loved ones due to the negligent actions
of others deserve a voice.”
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 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.
When he’s not in the office, Bryan enjoys spending time with his wife, Cheryl, a consultant, by traveling, playing golf, following the North Carolina Tarheels basketball team, and grilling on his Big Green Egg while hanging out with their two Golden Retrievers and two cats.
With a strong belief in fighting for justice, 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.
Bryan has been a trial lawyer for over 20 years, providing clients with much-needed services in their time of need.
Larry Taylor’s practice focuses on serious personal injury litigation concentrating in the areas of wrongful death, automobile accidents, truck accidents, as well as criminal defense cases.
Larry earned his Bachelor’s Degree from Texas A&M University. He obtained his Juris Doctor from Thurgood Marshall School of Law at Texas Southern University where he served as a member of the Board of Regents. Prior to attending law school, Larry worked as an investment banker and financial strategist for small business owners.
A lifelong civil servant, Larry is an advocate of public service and an avid supporter of education and the impact it has on a community -qualities his parents instilled in him at an early age.He served as an Assistant District Attorney for the Dallas County District Attorney and was Directory of Outreach for the 30th Congressional District for U.S. Congresswoman Eddie Bernice Johnson. In 2009, Larry was recognized by the Dallas office of Texas Workforce Commission (Workforce Solutions of Greater Dallas) for his outstanding efforts in economic empowerment and jobs creation.
Larry is involved with the Martin Luther King Family Clinic and Los Barrios Unidos Community Clinic which provide healthcare to the under-served African American and Hispanic communities in Dallas. He has served on the boards of area nonprofit organizations including Operation Oasis, the advisory committee for DOORS, and Faith & Philanthropy Institute. Larry also works to provide network opportunities for ex-offenders and their families and volunteers his time as a coach with area youth sports teams.