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Attorney Joe Fried talks about his experience litigating the tragic school bus accident that killed 6 elementary students in Chattanooga, TN

Written by Steve Gursten Posted January 5th, 2017

“There’s a big difference between lawyers who do this for a living [litigating bus accident cases] versus lawyers…where this is not their day-to-day lives….”


Less than one month after the fatal Baltimore accident involving a school bus and a public MTA bus that killed six people and injured 10 more, another terrible bus accident has … Read More

Truck attorney Joe Fried: Teaching about truck accident litigation

Written by Steve Gursten Posted May 10th, 2013

Truck accident attorney Joe Fried

Earlier this week, we wrote about Truck Accident Attorneys Roundtable founding member Michael Leizerman’s May legal seminar on trucking. Well, not to be outdone, but we inadvertently have left out founding member Joe Fried’s legal seminars on trucking over the past few months. Today we wanted to fix that.

Joe spoke to the North Carolina … Read More

The latest in truck accident litigation, by Truck Accident Attorneys Roundtable member Joe Fried

Written by Steve Gursten Posted May 3rd, 2013

Truck Accident Litigation, Third Edition, provides invaluable insight that will be helpful to every lawyer handling trucking cases

Truck Accident Litigation Third EditionJoe Fried, one of our three co-founding attorneys of the Truck Accident Attorneys Roundtable has recently contributed to a new book, “Truck Accident Litigation, Third Edition.”

Joe’s book, along with founding attorney Michael Leizerman’s “Litigating Truck Accident … Read More

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