Brian brings a wealth of experience to the practice of law. Since 2010, he has focused on injury and commercial law, with an emphasis on litigating disputes involving personal injuries, businesses, and insurance bad faith. He works on cases big and small and is always happy to provide a consult free of charge. A key aspect of Brian’s success is the ability to resolve cases for his clients when he can, and to file the lawsuit when he cannot.
Brian’s wide ranging life experiences assist him in understanding the many moving parts and challenges that exist in everyday life. Brian understands structure and military life, having enlisted at age 17 and served in the US Army and Army National Guard. Brian understands academia, as he has a bachelor’s degree, a master’s degree, and a law degree, having attended public and private colleges and universities.
Likewise, Brian understands the frustration that can come from dealing with government, as he has worked in government on the state and county levels and has worked in the legislative, executive, and judicial branches. In addition to his government work, Brian spent two years working for a large non-profit. Brian also has a firm grasp on business, having started his own law firm in 2014. Brian enjoys being a small business owner and is very familiar with the unique challenges that come with creating and maintaining something of your own.
A native of New York's Hudson Valley, Brian and his wife relocated to Tucson in July of 2009. Brian loves to work out and to run when his knees are in the mood. He plays guitar and drums in his garage, by himself, but is always on the lookout for anyone to jam with. He loves the NY Mets and the NY Jets and is certain this is their year to win 100 and 12 games, respectively. Just ask him.
- U.S. District Court District of Arizona
- Western New England University School of Law, Springfield, Massachusetts, J.D.
- Marist College, Poughkeepsie, New York, M.P.A.
- Plattsburgh State University, Plattsburgh, New York, B.A.