Joe Fried, Experienced Truck Accident Attorney
Founder, Truck Accidents Attorneys Roundtable
Joe Fried uses his experience as a judge and a former police officer to help people injured in truck accidents get the best results possible. He is one of the leading truck accident lawyers in the U.S. Joe is a partner of Fried Rogers Goldberg, LLC in Atlanta Georgia.
Joe has successfully litigated trucking accident cases in 16 states to date, and he has recovered in excess of $100 million in settlements and trial verdicts for his clients. Joe has achieved record-breaking settlements and trial verdicts in multiple states and over multiple years in the area of trucking litigation.
He is the author of Understanding Motor Carrier Claims, a book that helps teach trucking claims and litigation to attorneys throughout the United States. He has also spoken at more than 100 legal seminars on how to litigate trucking cases to lawyers and how to properly investigate trucking accidents for police and law enforcement groups.
Joe is a faculty member of Trial Lawyers College, through which he continues to help develop and teach innovative and cutting edge case development and trial presentation techniques.
Trial Lawyers College
- Joe is a faculty member, through which he continues to help develop and teach innovative and cutting edge case development and trial presentation techniques.
Honors and awards
- Top 100 Trial Lawyer
- Georgia Super Lawyer, Super Lawyers listing
- Superb Rating AVVO, attorney rating website
- “Understanding Motor Carrier Claims”
- “Truck Accident Litigation, Third Edition,” contributing author
University of Georgia Law, Athens, GA
- Juris Doctor, Cum Laude, Law Review
Oglethorpe University, Atlanta, GA
- Bachelor of Arts, Summa Cum Laude
In The News
Joe’s legal talents helped him to quickly develop a very strong local and national reputation. His work has been featured in major national media such as the Wall Street Journal, USA Today, The Washington Post, The Los Angeles Times, Detroit News and hundreds of local and national television broadcasts.
Joe got his undergraduate degree while working full time as a police officer in metropolitan Atlanta. In 1994, he was appointed as a Magistrate Judge, a position he continues to hold to this day. At the time of his appointment, he was the youngest judge to ever have been appointed in Fulton County, Georgia.