Brain Injury Attorney - Perry Fisher
In 2007, Perry left one of Western North Carolina's oldest and largest law firms to start a firm specializing in helping those who have suffered traumatic brain injuries. "I am glad to apply the complex constellation of skills that I have acquired over 20 years to help the traumatically brain injured. We specialize in providing personal attention and taking the burden of legal issues off the shoulders of our clients."
Perry is dedicated to serving the people of North Carolina. "Since 1966, except for school, I have been fortunate enoughto call these mountains home. I'm proud to call North Carolina my home. I feel fortunate to be a part of the North Carolina community and look forward to helping the people in it."
Recovery from a brain injury requires specialized doctors and health professionals. Your attorney should be equally specialized. Perry's practice is dedicated to traumatic brain injuries. "Specializing in traumatic brain injuries allows me to better serve my clients. They deserve personal and caring attention." Perry practices in both State and Federal Courts. "I have handled matters from Miami to Montreal, New York to Los Angeles." 1
Perry is passionate about his clients and his profession. "The jury sets the standards for acceptable behavior in the community. When parties cannot agree how to resolve a dispute or problem, our laws allow the jury to hold people accountable. This avoids people taking justice into their own hands. I bring my experience of having tried over 120 jury trials to help effectively resolve my clients' problems."
Perry has received the highest professional rating from his peers as evidenced by receiving the Martindale-Hubbell peer evaluation of AV. Few lawyers ever achieve an AV from Martindale-Hubbell. `For over 100 years, Martindale-Hubbell has established ratings on a lawyer's legal ability and ethical standards. "An AV peer review rating is a significant accomplishment - a testament to the fact that a lawyers peers rank him or her at the highest level of professional excellence. A lawyer must be admitted to the bar for 10 years or more to receive an AV rating." A peer review rating is simply one method of determining if a prospective lawyer might be appropriate to be selected in the circumstances.
Perry is a member of the Million Dollar Advocates Forum. This elite group is reserved for attorney's who have won million and multi-million dollar verdicts or settlements.
Perry is active in the local bar. In 2001 - 2002, Perry served as the President of the 28th Judicial District Bar. "With over 500 lawyers in the 28th Judicial District, it was an honor to be selected to serve my peers as President of this organization." Perry has also served as Vice-President of the 28th Judicial District Bar and Chair of the 28th Judicial Bar Grievance Committee and Chairman of the Nominating Committee. He graduated from the University of North Carolina Chapel Hill in 1984 and completed law school at Wake Forest University in 1987.
1 Perry is licensed in North Carolina. Admission to practice in other states or jurisdictions requires admission pro hac vice.