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Our attorneys and staff are accustomed to serving our clients, wherever we are located. We are accessible by email and phone as normal, and we can communicate via video conferencing as needed. We have always been a technology savvy firm so are comfortable and capable of working effectively from our homes.
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Bryan Fisher joins Mike Young with 97.1 The Fan to discuss student athletes and their insurance policies they can take out to help prevent against injuries and income loss at professional level from injuries suffered at the collegiate level. Bryan
Beware the Consequences of Social Media. You have been warned.
Former Ole Miss standout, Laremy Tunsil, was hit square in the face with the consequences of social media posts. It happened at the worst of times, too.
Just as the 2016 NFL
Morgan Breslin is represented by Bryan Fisher of Fisher Injury Lawyers in the USC action. Fisher, considered a top NCAA disability and loss of value insurance attorney, also represents Breslin in claims against AmTrust (Lloyd's of London). He is a