Brian is the newest partner with Burress Injury Law. Over the past 20+ years, he has tried over 150 jury trials in various state and federal courts. Having previously represented insurance companies before dedicating his practice to helping victims over a decade ago, Brian has incredible insight on how insurance companies operate and how to force them to pay more money on injury and wrongful death claims.
When asked why he became a lawyer, he notes Atticus Finch, the attorney in To Kill a Mockingbird, as his inspiration. That idea of fighting for those who are not able to fight for themselves has always been important to Brian. As a young man he spent a good deal of time fighting in the ring and on the mats. Now, he spends all his professional time fighting for the rights of his fellow citizens who have been needlessly harmed thru the negligence, and sometimes even malice, of others.
In his spare time, Brian enjoys physical fitness and the outdoors in all forms – from boating and hiking to hunting and fishing. He has been a competitive marksman in several different disciplines since childhood. His is a state record holder in Oklahoma in equipped bench pressing, and holds the current Texas, U.S. and world record in bench press for men his age and weight. During college, he was a 3-time Oklahoma Karate Association divisional champion. Brian is married and has 3 wonderful children.
- University of Oklahoma College of Law, Norman, Oklahoma
- J.D. – 1998
- East Central University – Ada, Oklahoma
- B.A. – 1996