Bryan C. Hannan
Attorney at Law
Bryan Hannan was originally from the State of Illinois before moving to Florida in the year 2000. Mr. Hannan attended the prestigious Schlarman High School in Illinois. Upon graduation, Bryan attended Eastern Illinois University. In the year 2000, Bryan received his Bachelor’s Degree from Eastern Illinois University. Upon completion of College, Bryan moved to St. Petersburg, Florida to attend the prestigious trial school, Stetson College of Law.
At Stetson College of Law, Bryan concentrated on trial advocacy. This included an internship with the Sixth Judicial Circuit Public Defender’s Office. Upon graduation in 2003, Bryan accepted a position as an Assistant Public Defender for the Sixth Judicial Circuit. During the next two years, Bryan focused on criminal defense of the law. This included time representing misdemeanors, juveniles, and serious felony offenses. Bryan gained significant trial experience during his time at the Public Defender’s Office, this included over twelve trials his first year.
In 2005, Bryan helped for the Law Offices of Hannan & Plotnick, P.A. The Firm focused on criminal defense of those accused in Hillsborough, Pinellas, Polk, Pasco, Sarasota and Manatee Counties. This included the Defense of State vs. Dieterle, a first degree murder case. This case received national news and was featured on such shows as The O’Reilly Factor and Nancy Grace.
In January 2011, Bryan joined the Dolman Law Group. Bryan practiced personal injury law including such claims as motorcycle accidents, car/auto accidents, brain injury cases, and slip and fall claims. Bryan was successful in negotiating claims against insurance companies. While practicing personal injury, Bryan never represented Insurance Companies. Bryan focused on representation of the people and arguing to gain justice for the injured and hurt.
In October, 2012, Bryan moved to the Manatee/Sarasota area. This included joining the firm of DANIELS & HANNAN, P.A. where Bryan currently represents those injured in motorcycle, car/auto accidents, brain injuries, and slip and fall accidents.