Chad W. Bryan

Chad W. Bryan


150 South Perry Street (36104)
Post Office Box 2069 (36102)
Montgomery, Alabama

p: (334) 241-8034

f: (334) 241-8234 | vCard

Chandra Price


p: 334-241-8040

f: 334-241-8240


J.D., summa cum laude, The University of Alabama School of Law, 2003

B.A., summa cum laude, The University of Alabama, 2000

Bar Admissions:

Alabama, 2003

Admitted to Practice

U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit

U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Alabama

U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Alabama

U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Alabama

Honors and Awards

The Best Lawyers in America - Commercial Litigation; Litigation – Trusts and Estates; Personal Injury Litigation – Defendants

Super Lawyers Rising Star - Civil Litigation

Order of the Coif

M. Leigh Harrison Scholar

Hugo L. Black Scholar

Senior Editor, Alabama Law Review

Phi Beta Kappa

Chad is a shareholder in the firm’s litigation section, with a concentration on defending claims for personal injury and wrongful death, including claims for trucking liability, liquor liability (dram shop), premises liability, and products liability. Chad currently serves as insurance defense counsel for multiple insurance companies and routinely appears in venues throughout the state of Alabama. Chad additionally represents clients in matters of estate and trust litigation.

Chad was recently named a Mid-South “Rising Star” — a designation afforded to only 2.5% of lawyers in the state of Alabama who are under 40 years of age. Chad is also a graduate of the Alabama State Bar Leadership Forum and was selected as a participant in the Alabama Leadership Initiative. Chad has served as head of the firm’s recruiting committee and multiple terms on the firm’s Board of Directors.

Chad believes in fostering client loyalty through efficiency, candor, and personal relationships. To that end, Chad works closely with clients to develop realistic budgets and explore cost-effective approaches to all types of litigation. If early resolution cannot be achieved, Chad advocates for an aggressive approach that will place each case in the best posture for summary judgment, mediation, or trial.