Personal Injury Cases We Accept
Fisher Injury Lawyers offers you a team of highly experienced injury attorneys and support staff . We limit the number and types of case we accept so that we can give each client and case our absolute best. We are exclusively dedicated to protecting the rights of good people injured and disabled in accidents. This cause has driven Bryan Fisher on his 25+ year quest for justice for his clients. We are proven winners. Bryan Fisher has won well over $100,000,000.00 for his clients to date. What is more, this amount is only on case for individual clients. People, just like you, one case at a time. This number does not include class action wins (that many lawyers include in their totals). The number grows each day and is a remarkable accomplishment.
Bryan Fisher has twice won over $15,000,000.00 in individual trials. Bryan has persuaded a jury to award $15,000,000.00 in punitive damages in a contract case. Ask other lawyers about specific results and see if any can match this record of record wins. Bryan is one of a handful of top lawyers who have earned licenses to practice law in 3 states; Louisiana, New York and Texas. Moreover, he has been authorized to handle cases by courts in 28 states. A remarkable record of achievement for any lawyer.
Fisher Injury Lawyers are experienced and proven successful in many areas of law including car and truck wrecks, serious personal injury cases, wrongful death cases, NFL and NCAA disability insurance cases, maritime law and offshore injuries, industrial accidents, product liability, nursing home negligence, birth injury, pedestrian accidents, bicycle accidents. motorcycle collisions, slip and fall injuries, medical malpractice, defective product claims, nursing home and elder neglect, burn cases and much more. We serve clients across the United States from offices in Baton Rouge, LA, Arlington, TX and New York, NY. Call us anytime. 225-766-1234.
Practice Areas In Baton Rouge
We are exclusively dedicated to protecting the rights of good people injured and disabled in accidents.