Larry graduated Georgetown College and University of Cincinnati 1968 – 1972 with a Bachelors of Science before attending Chase College of Law from 1972 – 1976, where he acquired a Juris Doctor Degree. From there, he worked in the inland river towing industry from 1973 – 1978, farmed, studied and practiced river and cowboy ways. He had a private law practice from 1978 – 2012 in Ohio, Kentucky, Texas and various federal district and appellate courts, and provided legal representation to catastrophically injured clients including brain injuries from 1978 – 2012. He was admitted to Supreme Court of the United States in 1996. He is currently only licensed in Ohio and still ranching beef cattle in Gallatin County Kentucky. By volunteering his five decades of experience, his wish is to connect the caregiver / survivor to
needed available assistance. He joined the Bridges board in 2019 and continues to serve on the combined board with BIANK.
Katy is a lawyer with experience with brain injury survivors and families. She joined the Bridges board in 2019 and continues to serve on the combined board with BIANK.