Rob Varner was born and raised in Columbus, Georgia, where he graduated from Columbus High School. Rob then attended Presbyterian College on a golf scholarship and obtained his degree in political science and history. Following his undergraduate studies, Rob moved to Charleston, South Carolina, to attend the Charleston School of Law. There, Rob was selected as a member of Maritime Law Review, clerked for the honorable Judge Irvin G. Condon, and served as the research assistant to professor and author William Janssen, helping edit and prepare the 19th publishing of the Federal Civil Rules Handbook.
After obtaining his law degree and being admitted to the State Bar of Georgia, Rob moved to Atlanta and worked for King & Spalding, LLP on cases involving large-scale litigation discovery. Rob returned home and joined the Law Offices of Gary Bruce in 2013, and has since obtained his license to practice law in the State of Alabama. Rob now devotes his entire practice to helping members of the greater local community.
Rob handles a variety of personal injury cases, including car wrecks, tractor-trailer wrecks, premises liability, and bad faith insurance claims. He conducts extensive legal research in the handling of his cases, including complex issues involving underinsured motorist coverage, liability of corporations for the actions of their employees, and safety requirements for corporate actors with a responsibility to maintain safe premises and comply with state and federal regulations. Rob also represents property owners following fire or water damage to their home or business.
Rob is a member of numerous local and state legal societies, and currently serves on the board for a local 501(c)(3) organization. Rob lives in Columbus with his wife, Sara, a local school teacher. They have children, SaSa and Parker, and are members of St. Paul United Methodist Church. In his free time, Rob enjoys reading, continuing to compete in golf tournaments, and aspiring to play the piano.