North Carolina Law Directory
99 McDowell St
Asheville NC 28801-4435
Lawyer's Website | (828) 505-4300
Legal Practice Areas
- Business Law
- Contracts Law
- Personal Injury Law
Credentials & Associations
- Admitted to North Carolina Bar 1987
- Wake Forest School of Law
About the Attorney
Fisher Stark is a trial law firm that focuses on fully representing the injured in court. "If a lawyer is not capable of going to court, their clients rarely get the best recovery," said Brad Stark. With professionalism, compassion and a combined courtroom experience of more than 40 years, we help our clients maximize their recoveries in the court. Our practice areas include wrongful death, traumatic brain injury, personal injury, trucking accidents, arbitration, catastrophic injuries, condemnation, car accidents, product liability, pedestrian/cyclist litigation, product liability law.
Our staff is dedicated to making sure your case proceeds smoothly from the moment you come into our office for a consultation to the moment a resolution is reached. We view each client relationship as a long-term relationship. We care deeply about our clients and know that some legal processes can be emotionally and financially taxing. We work hard to make sure that your experience is as painless as possible and that you are able to walk away restored from whatever position left you in need of an attorney.
At Fisher Stark, we act with honesty and integrity. We understand the need to work with quality experts and caregivers to help our clients receive justice. Unfortunately, we are unable to take every case. Our discerning approach to the cases we take allows us to give our full attention and to allot plenty of time to the cases that we do pursue. Because of this selective approach, we are able to devote the time and resources needed to show the jury the true merits of the events at issue. Not every juror wants to listen to all of the facts and evidence but we work hard to present the evidence they need to reach their verdict.
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