Carli Bryant can certainly empathize with her injured clients. Carli herself was a victim of a truck accident at the age of 17, when she was t-boned by a dump truck transporting a heavy load of debris. The collision completely changed her life and inspired her to become a personal injury attorney.
Her own traumatic experience allows Carli to connect with her clients on a deeper level, giving her the ability to understand the physical and emotional turmoil caused by serious accidents.
"Many times, car accidents or any personal injury incident will shake clients in every way, and this happens financially, emotionally, and physically," Carli said. "I believe a personal injury lawyer’s role in the community is to give a sense of hope to those facing one of the most difficult times in their lives."
Carli was raised in Tuscaloosa County, where farm life taught her humility and a hard work ethic. She majored in Political Science at Middle Tennessee State University and received her Juris Doctorate with honors from Samford University's Cumberland School of Law.
Following law school, Carli began her legal career at a plaintiff’s firm representing clients in complex personal injury lawsuits. Her compassion and desire to help those in need brought her to Cory Watson, where she focuses her practice on civil litigation, motor vehicle accidents, and personal injury law.
In her free time, Carli enjoys long-distance running, traveling, hiking and watching movies. She is an active member of Church of the Highlands.
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