Bryan began his career more than a decade ago as a clerk at the Washington State Supreme Court, after graduating at the top of his class from Seattle University School of Law. Five years before joining Metier Law Firm he founded Doran Law, a single lawyer firm devoted to catastrophic injury victims. “I have talked to lawyers at firms who handle dozens of cases at a time – some run more than a hundred. I chose a different model. I kept the caseload small, and limited my practice to victims with life-changing injuries who deserved substantial financial assistance to deal with their loss. I wanted to run every case with a full court press, and I wanted to know my clients personally.” It was a model forged by his early career. The first several years of Bryan’s career, Bryan’s practice included corporate litigation. He founded his firm to bring the intensity of “high stakes” corporate litigation to injury cases.