Ryan J. Reed, Esquire
Ryan Reed partnered with his father, Paul Reed, and created the Reed & Reed firm as father and son. It was the duo’s plan, formulated during Ryan’s freshman year in college, to open a personal injury law firm together. Seven years after that decision was made, Reed & Reed opened like clockwork in Brandon, FL, in October of 2013. Ryan is a member of the Jesuit Bar Association, Florida Justice Association, and the Tampa Bay Trial Lawyers Association. He is married to Jacquelyn Reed. It truly is a family firm. The trio (Paul, Ryan, and Jacquelyn) fight side-by-side, day after day, year after year, for their clients 24-7.
Ryan solely practices personal injury law, specifically handling cases involving motor-vehicle liability, premises liability and medical malpractice, among others. Ryan has litigated and tried hundreds of cases since the start of his career in several counties throughout Florida.
Ryan is active in the community and sponsors several charities and charity events throughout the year. Ryan believes in being a part of the community and tries to become involved in as many charitable and community events as possible every year. He is a self-proclaimed “yes” man.
A Tampa native and graduate of Jesuit High School (class of 2006), he attended the University of Florida receiving a Bachelor’s degree in English, Cum Laude, in 2010. He then attended St. Thomas University College of Law where he earned his Doctor of Jurisprudence, Cum Laude, in 2013. He is licensed by the Florida Bar to practice in all Florida state courts and licensed in the U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Florida.
A message to you directly from Ryan: One of the benefits of hiring Reed & Reed, is that no matter what your case is worth, whether $1,000.00 or $1,000,000.00, you get the same level of care and attention. The business of the law firm has been successfully structured in a way that keeps overhead low. This directly translates in a benefit to all Reed & Reed clients. Certain law firms, due to high overhead (rent, advertising, staff expenses), scramble at the end of every month to settle cases and bring in money. Clients of Reed & Reed can rest assured that all we are concerned with is 1) ensuring our clients are fully compensated for their injuries, and 2) they are satisfied with Reed & Reed’s services. Bottom Line. At Reed and Reed, we strive to create an atmosphere of friendliness and care, knowing that nothing about what happened to our clients was fair or convenient. We keep our lines open to our clients 24/7, and they know that they can always speak with the actual attorney handling their case. As we like to say, ‘it’s like having a lawyer in the family.’”