Brian deBrun, born July 20, 1957, obtained his undergraduate degree from the University of Maine in 1979. He participated in four years of collegiate varsity tennis in national competition and was later certified with the Professional Tennis Registry as a teaching professional. He obtained his law degree from University of New Hampshire School of Law (1984) and began the practice of law in Charlotte, North Carolina in February of 1985 with an emphasis in personal injury and civil trials.
Brian’s philosophy for the practice of law is that the representation of our clients should be conducted on a personal basis. Brian’s client base includes not only people local to North Carolina, but also men and women from around the world. Should it be necessary to protect his client’s interest through litigation, he will do so aggressively and efficiently. Brian has recovered millions of dollars on behalf of his clients. Brian and his staff have over 50 years of experience handling personal injury cases and automobile accidents in Charlotte.
Brian married Eva Wetmore in 1986 and they have three children, Cameron, Arielle and Camille deBrun. Brian and his family are very active in the Forest Hill Church, a multicultural evangelical church in Charlotte, NC. In addition, Brian has served at the Charlotte Mens’ Shelter.
Currently, Brian is a member of the North Carolina Bar Association, the American Bar Association and is licensed to practice in North Carolina and all Federal Courts. He has also served as Treasure and President of the Mecklenburg Medical Legal Society. It is his desire to fight for the rights and protection of people that have been injured as a result of the fault of others. Brian will always endeavor to merit the confidence of his clients and treat them with a smile and respect.