Aaron C. Ryan
Aaron Ryan grew up in Georgia where he and his twin brother were accomplished athletes on both the gridiron and baseball diamond. Aaron learned from his parents and coaches about the work and commitment it takes to be successful. With roots stretching back to poor and proud farmers of South Carolina, Aaron’s values and integrity were carved into stone by people who cultivated their living from the earth. However, as much as his family history and ethos informed his character, it was a two year missionary commitment in rural Mexico as a young adult that would solidify his path toward law school.
Working in one of the most impoverished villages among our neighbors to the south, Aaron did not speak a word of Spanish when he arrived, and his hosts did not speak a word of English. Yet, it was under these circumstances that he learned to relinquish all that does not matter in this life, and to embrace those things that do: fairness, compassion, fortitude, and a foundational belief in the dignity of every human being.
Though he would become an accomplished financier in his early twenties, Aaron decided to turn his intellect, energy, and drive toward helping others as an attorney. Aaron fights for those who cannot fight for themselves and stands up for those who cannot stand for themselves. When you need a hard working lawyer of integrity and resolve, you will not simply be another client, you’ll become a valued friend.
Aaron now practices in a wide array of matters. He focuses on personal injury cases and is known for his hard work and long hours in helping his clients get the compensation they deserve. Aaron also handles select domestic relations matters such as divorces, and represents many Spanish-speaking members of our community. Contact Aaron today so he can get to work for you.
- Augusta State University
- Samford University Cumberland School of Law
- U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Alabama
Professional and Community Involvement
- Huntsville Madison County Bar Association
- Alabama Association for Justice, formerly, Association of Trial Lawyers of America