Ryan & Ryan Law
Serving The Injured/Disabled in Southwest Michigan Since 1932
Specializing in Personal Injury, Wrongful Death, Workers Compensation and Social Security Disability.
For more than 80 years, Ryan & Ryan has served the injured and those with disabilities in southwestern Michigan. Attorney William J. Ryan’s reputation for integrity and results is well known both by clients and the legal community.
Ryan & Ryan’s legal practice centers on genuinely knowing people and about their life after injury and disability. Ryan & Ryan is experienced, effective, compassionate, and knowledgeable. Ryan & Ryan has represented thousands of clients and won cases related to Personal Injury (auto, truck motorcycle crashes, and dangerous premises), Workers’ Compensation, and Social Security Disability claims. Since 1932, Ryan & Ryan’s philosophy is that the disabled and injured need (and deserve) experienced and skilled legal advocacy with a passion and proven ability to challenge the insurance industry. In Ryan & Ryan’s eighty-year history, it has never represented an insurance company—Ryan & Ryan is built on serving real people. This philosophy began with the founder, Edward Ryan, and continues this day, now led by William Ryan. Bill Ryan’s professional and skills and personal integrity have continued to preserve Ryan & Ryan Law a solid and dependable reputation.
Meet With William Ryan
Upon graduation from George Washington University Law School in Washington D.C., Bill Ryan served as trial counsel for the Federal Power Commission. He and his family moved back to Michigan in 1974 to join his father, Edward Ryan, in the practice of law.
William Ryan has lectured at seminars sponsored by the Institute of Continuing Legal Education and the Michigan Trial Lawyers Association. He is the past president of the Kalamazoo County Young Lawyers Association and has served on boards of local agencies, including the Constance Brown Hearing & Speech Center and the Pretty Lake Vacation Camp for underprivileged boys and girls. The community, region and residents have always been important to the law firm.
We believe that an initial meeting with your attorney is, not just about exchanging information about your case, but also about building a relationship based on trust.
In this video, William Ryan explains what to expect at an initial consultation.
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