In 1985, Terry Bryant opened his law firm as a sole practitioner with one goal in mind: help people who have been seriously injured. Over the years, he has been there for victims of personal injury and disaster, including maritime injuries, car crashes, explosions, and serious tragedies. Our personal injury lawyers are here for you, too.
With more than 30 years of personal injury law practice, Terry Bryant has handpicked a team of litigators and support staff with the knowledge and skill to win or settle your case. Our Texas personal injury attorneys have what it takes to get people like you the compensation you deserve. View Entire Success Stories Article
We put our years of experience to work for you every day. At Terry Bryant, we make a simple promise: If we can’t help you, we will try to find someone who can.
Terry Bryant is Board Certified in personal injury law, which means his extensive knowledge of the law has been recognized by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization. As a former judge, he knows the court systems, and he knows Texas.
Find out why Board Certification makes a difference.
Terry Bryant Accident & Injury Law has been a Better Business Bureau Accredited Business since November 2011. The firm was honored for the third consecutive year, when we were one of 292 companies to receive a Winner of Distinction award from the Better Business Bureau. This distinction reflects our dedication to providing clients with the highest level of service.
At Terry Bryant, we fight injustice no matter how big or influential the opponent. We have litigated numerous high profile cases on behalf of our clients, including those against corporations, pharmaceutical giants, and insurance companies.
Terry Bryant served 22 years as a Municipal Judge in Spring Valley Village, Texas, during the early years of his law firm. In that position, he handled over 100,000 cases. This experience gives Mr. Bryant a unique perspective on every case. He understands well why the injured need strong, skilled representation to protect their rights. “Being able to help injured persons and those who have lost loved ones through our legal system is a dream come true.”
Mr. Bryant is never afraid to take on insurance companies, large corporations, and huge pharmaceutical companies to get justice for his clients. His focus on only personal injury law allows him to do just that. Read Full Bio.
Many personal injury attorneys have never seen the inside of a courtroom. They aim to take on cases that are easily settled, so they can quickly move on to the next one. Gregg Anderson has never been one of those attorneys. In fact, he feels quite comfortable in a courtroom.
“It’s where I’ve gotten financial justice for my clients many times,” Anderson said. “Most cases are resolved without going to trial, but even in those cases, having a lawyer who is willing and able to do battle against the insurance companies’ lawyers in that arena can make a difference in the outcome.” Read Full Bio.
Early in Steve Waldman’s career, one of his mentors gave him the following advice: “Treat everyone with respect. Never say anything you would not want played back in court. Don’t take this stuff personally.” Though the first two have come naturally for Steve, the third is often challenging.
As a child, Steve Waldman saw his father representing injured people and practicing jury arguments at night. On the weekends, Steve would go with him to his law office. These experiences helped form Steve’s values for practicing law. Read Full Bio.
Attorney Josh Mintz is a native Houstonian who grew up around the law, becoming the 7th lawyer in his family when obtaining his J.D. from U.C. Hastings College of the Law (San Francisco) in 2003.
Since then, Josh has developed a rare mix of expertise as both a lawyer and businessperson in a wide variety of professional organizations, including the California firm Stradling Yocca Carlson & Rauth, the Am Law 100 international law firm Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman, and the Beaumont, TX based firm Waldman Smallwood. Read Full Bio.