Brian Mincher was born and raised in rural southeast Oklahoma, where he graduated from McAlester High School, playing basketball, football and baseball and graduating in the top ten percent of his class. Following high school Brian attended East Central University in Ada, OK on a full academic scholarship, graduating in 4 years with a double major in history and criminal justice. He attended OU Law School where he graduated in 2 and ½ years having represented numerous low income clients thru the OU Legal Aid clinic in both civil and criminal cases, and actually tried two cases with his legal intern’s license before graduation.
That trend would continue as Brian tried his first case as an attorney the day after he was licensed (case was dismissed by the State after Mincher cross examined their star witness) and has tried well over 100 jury trials in Oklahoma, Arkansas, Texas and Federal Courts in the years since.
Brian spent over a dozen years defending cases for Farmers and Progressive insurance companies, and learned many of the insurance companies’ tricks and tactics that are used to try and reduce just compensation and payouts to injured people. During those years he was sent to multiple National Institute of Trial Advocacy schools, and was awarded Farmers Insurance Company Trial Horse of the Year in 2007, for having tried more cases that year than any other lawyer in the country. Since coming over to the side of goodness and light Brian’s trial success has continued during his quest to fight for justice for personal injury victims, and for the past 7 + years he has established himself as a well-respectedPlaintiff’s Trial Attorney in DFW.
A competitive athlete in multiple disciplines over the years, Brian set the all-time world record for Master’s Men’s 198 with a 350 kilogram bench and is the #3 Open Men’s 198 multiply bench presser in the United States. During his undergraduate years Brian won the Oklahoma Karate Association championship 3 times.