Catastrophic Personal Injury
Serious injury and wrongful death are often the unfortunate result of:
- ATV Accidents
- Automobile Accidents
- Bicycle vs. Motor Vehicle Accidents
- Boating & Jet Ski Mishaps
- Bus Accidents
- Construction and Industrial Accidents
- Defective Products
- Fires - Structural and Vehicle
- Motorcycle Accidents
- Pedestrian Accidents
- Train - Commuter & Cargo Accidents
- Trucking - Tractor Trailer Accidents
Fonda & Fraser LLP's attorneys collectively have well over 100 years experience in litigating wrongful death and serious injuries including: brain and spinal cord damage; bone, disc and cartilage injury to cervical, thoracic and the lumbar back; permanent damage to joints, such as shoulders, elbows, hips, knees, and ankles; as well as the difficult to objectively define soft-tissue injuries.
What separates Fonda & Fraser from other personal injury and wrongful death lawyers is our ability, if need be, to take our client's cases through trial to obtain a jury award. Where other firms pressure their own clients, to accept substandard settlements to avoid the uncertainty and cost of trial, Fonda & Fraser does not. We employ many trial attorney, five of whom are American Board of Trial Advocate members, with hundreds of trials under their belts. Our experience finds unsolicited appropriate and prompt settlement offers come to our clients as a result of our successful trial record.
Our practice has discovered attempts to conceal or blur facts related to: breaches of state and federal regulations on maintenance and inspection reports, driver fatigue and weight regulations related to trucking and bus accidents; alcohol and elicit drug use, license restrictions, road rage and recklessness; and even mistakes in police reports found in all types of cases involving wrongful death and injurious accidents.
To address these issues we utilize only the best experts in the fields of: Accident Reconstruction; Biomechanics; Engineering; Kinesiology - Human Factors; Forensic Experts; Photographers; Graphic Artists; Accountants; and Economists for purposes of understanding the facts and proving theories of negligence and causation leading to a finding of liability against the opposing party.