“In a gentle way, you can shake the world.” — Mahatma Gandhi
Ryan Hoover is originally from the region around St. Louis, Missouri. He grew up in a family that was devastated by the effects of physical injuries caused by auto accidents and workplace injuries. Having experienced those effects first-hand, he strived to minimize and eliminate those effect for his clients in similar situations.
Mr. Hoover received his Bachelor of Arts degree from Cornell College in 2006. He pursued his Master’s from Webster University and graduated with honors in 2008. After receiving his M.A. degree, Mr. Hoover moved to Santa Fe, New Mexico, where he worked for several years as a paralegal/legal assistant for a firm that practiced personal injury law. The experiences he received at the Santa Fe law firm only solidified his decision to attend law school.
Mr. Hoover attended Ohio Northern University and obtained his law degree in 2014 where he graduated cum laude. He served as an executive board member for the Ohio Northern University Law Review as the Articles Research Editor.
Prior to joining Frank Azar & Associates, Mr. Hoover served as an extern for Judge Reginald Routson in the Hancock County Common Pleas Court located in Findlay, Ohio. He also garnered experience as a law clerk for the Hoffman Legal Group, a personal injury firm in Cleveland, Ohio. The accumulation of hard work and development of skill he learned from his time in Ohio would prove valuable when he relocated to Denver, Colorado in 2014. Mr. Hoover was admitted to Colorado District Court. and Bankruptcy Court in 2015. He joined Franklin D. Azar & Associates, P.C. in January 2016 and currently practices personal injury and workers’ compensation law.
In his personal time, Ryan enjoys playing recreational baseball/softball, improving his ever-terrible golf game, cooking, and traveling to new destinations. He also loves engaging in the activities of Colorado with his wife. Ryan is proud of every case he litigates and successfully obtain workers’ compensation benefits for clients whose claims were denied by the insurance carrier for any number of reasons.