Frederick W. Bryant, along with his son Tom, is a founding member of The Bryant Law Firm.  Fred has spent his entire 30 year career representing injured individuals in personal injury matters and injured workers in workers compensation matters.

 Though Fred is the son of a career Marine, he is a Kansas Citian.  His family settled in Kansas City in the late 60's after his father retired from the Marine Corps following serving in Vietnam.  Fred graduated high school from Hickman Mills High School and attended college at the University of Missouri-Kansas City (UMKC) where he obtained his B.A. degree in Political Science.  He was a co-recipient of the department's highest honor, the Cornelius Roach Scholarship.  Fred went to law school at UMKC where he graduated with distinction in 1982, and served on their Moot Court board.

 Fred was with the firm of Rubins, Kase, Hager, Cambiano & Bryant upon graduating law school until leaving in January of 2012 with his son to form the Bryant Law Firm.  Fred is a member of the Kansas City Metropolitan Bar Association where he is a member of the Workers Compensation Committee.  He is also a member of the Missouri Association of Trial Attorneys where he was elected to the Board of Governors in 2005 and continues to serve in that capacity.  He is a member of the American Association of Justice, a national organization dedicated to the rights of injured individuals in the civil justice system.  Fred is a Missouri State Delegate to that organization.  Fred is also a member of the Workers Injury Law & Advocacy Group.

 Fred has been recognized by AAJ's National College of Advocacy as a Trial Advocate.  Fred co-authored, with Arthur Kase, a chapter in the KCMBA Young Lawyers Section on Automobile Accidents entitled "Intersectional Collisions".

 Fred is a member of the Volunteer Attorney Project of Legal Aid of Western Missouri where he volunteers his time representing indigent individuals who are in need of legal assistance but cannot afford it.  Fred was awarded the Missouri Bar's Pro Bono Award in 2001 for his work in this area.

 On a personal level, Fred has served as a Trustee of the Kansas City Museum, Secretary of the Kansas City Chapter of UNICO, President of the Northeast Kansas City Optimist Club and a member of the Holy Cross School Board and Finance Council.  Fred recently served as a member of the Kansas City Museum's Advisory Board appointed by the Mayor and City Council to oversee renovation of Corinthian Hall.

 Fred and his wife Carmeline have been married since 1978 and been blessed with have three children and five grandchildren, all of whom reside in Kansas City.

 

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
             
       
       
       
       
       
   

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