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Brian E. Fritz, Esq.

Phone: 215-458-2220
Email: bfritz@fritzgoldenberg.com

Specific Service Offerings

Brian Fritz

Represents plaintiffs in complex, catastrophic personal injury cases, including, but not limited to

  • Construction and industrial accidents
  • Product liability/defective products litigation
  • Premises liability
  • Auto/Trucking Accidents
  • Chemical exposure

Narrative/Experience

Brian Fritz grew up in Philadelphia and has called it home for most of his life. As a city native, Brian is intimately familiar with how hard it is for a family to make ends meet as a result of an injury or accident. By being able to relate to his clients as a human being – with understanding and empathy – most of his clients have not only given him their trust, but also their friendship.

Honors/Awards

  • Member, Global Directory of Who’s Who—Top Lawyer
  • Top 100 The National Trial Lawyers Association
  • Super Lawyers, Rising Stars in Personal Injury (2007-2014)

Memberships/Affiliations

  • Past Co-chair, Future Leaders Committee, Philadelphia Trial Lawyers Association
  • Board Member, Debbie’s Friends (A charity organization supporting those diagnosed with breast cancer)

Bar Admissions

  • Pennsylvania
  • New Jersey

Education

  • Temple University School of Law, L.L.M., Trial Advocacy, 2005-2006
  • Widener University School of Law, J.D., 1999
  • Pennsylvania State University, B.S., 1996

Representative Matters

During his career, Mr. Fritz has assisted in securing verdicts and settlements for clients worth more than $100 million, including,

  • $11 million: co-counsel on case involving death from burns suffered in a fall from an unguarded platform in a steel mill
  • $4.5 million: co-counsel on case involving injuries suffered from falling materials
  • $5.0 million: co-counsel on case involving injuries suffered by injured roofer from fall
  • $5.5 million: failure to properly install replacement tires leading to traumatic brain injuries
  • $3.75 million: construction worker injured while performing demolition
  • $3.3 million: co-counsel on case involving injuries suffered by construction worker who was struck by falling materials
  • $4.75 million: for worker injured by unguarded machinery
  • $6.0 million: recovery for injured worker struck by improperly stacked materials
  • $2.0 million: recovery for victim struck by materials being carried by powered equipment
  • $2.0 million: co counsel on case involving construction worker struck by vehicle in roadway work zone
  • $1.5 million: recovery for victim who was burned by malfunctioning product
  • $1.2 million: recovery for burn injuries caused by a malfunctioning product
  • $1.0 million: recovery for injured worker working in salvage yard
  • $600,000.00: recovery for victim who was injured by improperly installed sidewalk ramp
  • $500,000.00: recovery for victim who was injured by unsafe condition created during routine car maintenance
  • $350,000.00: recovery for victim who was injured by improperly maintained sidewalk
  • $350,000.00: recovery for construction worker struck by improperly stored construction materials
  • $300,000.00: recovery for worker who fell down stairs that violated building codes
  • $300,000.00: recovery for victim who slipped and fell in a supermarket
  • $300,000.00: recovery for victim in accident caused by tractor trailer making illegal turn
  • $250,000.00: recovery for victim who slipped and fell in a supermarket
  • $225,000.00: recovery for victim in accident caused by tractor trailer changing lanes without signaling
  • $180,000.00: recovery for victim struck by car that ran a stop sign

The above cases are representative of the efforts and resolve that Mr. Fritz dedicates to all clients, no matter the size of their case.