Bryan Fisher is lead trial attorney for Fisher Injury Lawyers. In over 23 years as an injury and disability lawyer, he has recovered over $100,000,000.00 in settlements, judgements and verdicts for his clients (excluding class action wins). During that time, he has secured both jury verdicts and bench (judge demonstrating his expertise as a trial attorney practicing before juries and judges. His record speaks for itself and is unmatched in this area. Despite his success, Fisher works each day to perfect his skills and expertise as a personal injury and disability lawyer to better serve his clients. Bryan Fisher is licensed in Louisiana and Texas and represents clients across the United States on a pro hac vice basis. He maintains offices in Baton Rouge, LA (in the shadows of Tiger Stadium), Arlington, TX (in the shadows of Texas Stadium) and New York City, NY (in the heart of Manhattan). At any given time, he is prosecuting cases for his clients from California to New York.
Bryan Fisher received his Juris Doctorate Degree from the Paul Hebert Law Center at Louisiana State University in 1991 where he was a top student. While in law school, Bryan competed in the Robert Tullis Moot Court Competition earning his way through the semi-finals before being selected to represent his university as a Member of its National Moot Court Team.
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Prior to law school, Bryan Fisher earned a Bachelor of Science Degree in Economics and Finance and attended Graduate Business School in Economics. While in graduate school, he was awarded a prestigious national internship with the United States Department of Interior in Washington DC in the area of public finance.
Bryan has practiced as both a defense and plaintiffs attorney. His early experience was with a multi-national defense litigation firm. His practiced included maritime and general casualty defense and he was active in the Association of Defense Counsel, the State Bar Association and numerous local and industry specific groups. During this time, he also served on the Board of Directors for the YMCA.
In 1993, Bryan left his defense practice to focus on representing people injured in accidents and seeking recovery on disability insurance policies, having found this practice to be more rewarding and consistent with his blue-collar background as the son of a forklift operator. He has maintained a personal injury and disability only practice since 1993 and is proud to have represented hundreds of clients and recovered tens of millions of dollars on their behalf. Some of his notable achievements have been twice securing judgments/verdicts in excess of $15,000,000.00, securing numerous settlements in excess of $1,000,000.00 and helping countless clients to reclaim their lives after suffering devastating injuries due to the negligence of others. He has extensive experience in cases involving car and motorcycle wrecks, bicycle accidents, industrial accidents, nursing home neglect and abuse, boating collisions and offshore accidents, slip or trip and fall accidents and medical malpractice. He has represented many NCAA and NFL athletes on disability insurance claims and is considered by many to be the foremost expert in this exacting field of law. His opinion on NFL and NCAA disability policies and coverage is regularly solicited by athletes, agents, administrators and reporters. Bryan regularly practices in State and Federal Court and has represented clients from the Gulf Coast to Canada and California to New York. He has sued companies from as far withaway as Thailand utilizing international laws and treaties to hold distant corporations responsible for injuries to his clients. He is known as a relentless and resourceful attorney with a proven record of big wins.
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Bryan Fisher is among the top injury lawyers in the United States. He is a Lifetime Member of the Million Dollar Advocates Forum and the Multi-Million Dollar Advocates Forum. Both organizations have certified Fisher’s trial wins of over $15,000,000.00 in two separate trials. Bryan is an Avvo.com top rated 10 attorney and winner of the coveted Client’s Choice Award. He is a member of the American Association of Justice Leaders Forum and the Chancellor’s Council for the Louisiana State University Law Center.
Bryan Fisher is a current or former member of the ATLA, LTLA, Louisiana Association for Justice, American Association for Justice, LADC, Lafayette, Baton Rouge, Louisiana, Texas, Federal and American Bar Associations. Bryan Fisher has also enjoyed membership in the McMahon Chapter of the American Inns of Court, Kappa Alpha Order and BRAAS. He is licensed to practice law in Louisiana and Texas. He has served on the Board of Directors for the YMCA and Haley E. Nowak Foundation.
Through his Baton Rouge LA office he serves clients in East Baton Rouge, Ascension, Livingston, Lafayette, Orleans, Jefferson, St. Bernard, Avoyelles, West Baton Rouge, Pointe Coupee, Plaquemine and every other parish in the state of Louisiana. Through his Arlington, TX office, Bryan represents clients in Mansfield, Ft. Worth, Dallas, Forest Hill, Haltom City, Richland Hills, Benbrook, Saginaw, Crowley, Hurst, Arlington, Bedford, Colleyville, Keller and other great Texas towns and cities. He represents clients on the East Coast including New York, Connecticut, New Jersey, North Carolina and South Carolina through his New York City office. Bryan is one of the few attorneys in the United States with a a true nationwide practice. He limits his practice and case selection to select injury and disability cases that appeal to his unique expertise and experience. His disability practice is limited to NCAA and NFL disability policy claims and high value professional disability claims. He has had the honor of representing clients in several high profile national cases.
Bryan Fisher Lead Trial Attorney 225-938-1566. Bryan resides in Baton Rouge, Louisiana and Rowayton, Connecticut. He is married to Dr. Jane Olson Fisher, MD and is the proud father of a son and daughter. The Fishers share their homes with three dogs and a barn full of horses.