Hi, my name is D. Wayne O’Bryan.  I am a personal injury lawyer in Richmond, VA.

I grew up in an average family and was the first in my family to become a lawyer and only the second to receive a college education.  My father was a foreman in a tobacco factory and my mother was a housewife.

I attended law school at the College of William and Mary in Williamsburg, Virginia where I was president of the student body.  I went on to be president of the law alumni where I pioneered its first fundraising program, which has since grown to a million dollar a year operation.

After graduating, I practiced law for three years with a firm representing insurance companies.  After learning their tricks and seeing their attitudes, I decided I didn’t like the way they operated.

Therefore, I decided to go into general practice on my own where I began representing individuals in personal injury and other kinds of cases.


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    Client Testimonials

  • I was very thankful for the personal attention that was given to me by all of your staff. When you go through something like I did in the fire, people’s attitudes can make a difference! Thanks for everything!

    — Patricia Hedrick

  • I feel that my case was handled in a very quick but professional manner. I was very pleased and would recommend your firm to anyone in need.

    — Robin Truitt

  • My case was handled in a very professional manner, it did not have any of the more common aggravations.

    — Thomas Queen Jr.

  • I like you as my lawyer because you are always there when I need you.

    — Iman Saleem

  • I’m proud to say that the lawyer I had was very professional and took his job very personally.  I will highly recommend him to any person.  Very honest man, tells you the truth, not what you many want to hear.  Prayers are with the company.

    — Nadine Green

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