Posted in Evans Moore, LLC on August 16, 2023

We Welcome Our First Associate Attorney

George BryanEvans Moore, LLC‘s constant goal is to ensure we do right by our clients. Until now, that has meant keeping the firm small. While we were never opposed to adding an additional attorney to the staff, we always wanted to be sure of our decision and hire with intention. The right attorney has now come along, and we couldn’t be more excited to welcome George “Buster” Bryan to the firm.

After graduating summa cum laude from Coastal Carolina University, Buster attended the University of South Carolina School of Law. He excelled as a law student, becoming a member of the Moot Court Bar, serving on the school’s Pro Bono Board, and working as a legal writing tutor. He was also inducted into the legal honor societies Order of the Coif and the Order of the Wig and Robe, a recognition of excellence by his peers.

Buster graduated magna cum laude and clerked for the Honorable Judge Gregory P. McGuire at the North Carolina Business Court in Raleigh. He then returned to Myrtle Beach, where he gained valuable experience at small and large law firms. Buster’s knowledge base spans a range of legal issues, including personal injury, business litigation, and real estate. Buster also spent a year and a half negotiating contracts as in-house counsel for a large, multinational technology company.

This breadth of experience has made him an outstanding legal advocate for his clients. Buster’s track record of creative problem-solving and negotiation helps ensure personal injury victims get the representation they deserve. Buster primarily represents those who have been injured due to vehicle collisions, medical malpractice, and nursing home negligence. He also represents victims of civil rights violations.

In addition to his professional experience, Buster will be a great fit for the culture and values we uphold at Evans Moore. He is a South Carolina native who grew up on the sea islands in the Lowcountry, and his family later returned to its roots in Horry County. Before attending law school, Buster spent several years as a boat captain and remains an avid fisherman, hunter, and surfer. He tells us one of his favorite parts of his work is getting to know his clients, learning their stories, and helping them achieve the most equitable outcomes in their cases.

Growing our firm with an associate attorney will allow us to help more personal injury victims receive fair and appropriate compensation for what they’ve endured. We’re thrilled to begin this new chapter in Evans Moore’s history and look forward to seeing where the future takes us. We hope you’ll join us in welcoming Buster to the fold. Thank you for all your continued support.