Our Military History

At The Law Office of Bryce D. Neier, PLLC, in Fayetteville, our firm has a long history of not only representing military service members, but of military service as well. Attorney Bryce D. Neier is a former United States Army Captain. During his time in service, he was stationed overseas for more than five years. His father, Richard E. Neier, served as a United States Army Lieutenant in the 33rd Regiment of the 3rd Armored Division in World War II, fighting across France, Belgium and eventually into Germany, and assisting in the liberation of the Dora-Mittelbau concentration camp.

Toward the end of WWII Lieutenant Neier was seriously injured during combat operations. He was awarded the Purple Heart and the Silver Star for Gallantry in Combat and was eventually medically retired attaining the rank of Captain before returning to Colgate University and graduating in 1948. He then attended Cornell University School of Law graduating in 1951 practicing in both New York and Connecticut

During his tour of combat Lieutenant Neier was able to take many photos before, during
and after combat ranging from 1941 through 1945.

Our legacy of military service continues today with the legal services we provide to military men and women throughout North Carolina and all over the world.

To learn more about our firm's services, call 800-332-2807 or contact our lawyers online.