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“When a person or family comes to me after being led to believe that their case and their lives are of little significance, I personally bring the resources, experience, and the fight to the large corporation; ensuring justice is served and never forgotten.” – Brian D. Witzer

We pride ourselves in being able to take on any type of litigation against any type of defendant depending on the degree of harm done to the client. We have won over 100+ million dollars in awards and tend to win 95% of our medical malpractice cases, when the average for most firms is 5-15%. We enjoy working for the wronged victim and bringing large, well-financed corporate entities to justice for negligent conduct.  Below is a selection of practice areas:

Stevens-Johnson Syndrome
Pharmaceutical Litigation
Toxic Epidermal Necrolysis

Medical Malpractice
Human Rights Violations
International Tort Claims Acts
Nursing Home Abuse
Personal Injury
Bad Faith Insurance
Products Liability
Environmental Litigation

Qui Tam
Mass Torts
Hazardous Materials
Toxic Torts / Mold

Premises Liability

Construction Defect

The Law Offices of Brian D. Witzer is the best firm for your litigation needs. We have proven experience and success with all types of complex litigation. We have recently won major recoveries in the areas of toxic mold, pharmaceutical litigation, and construction liability often breaking records for damages awarded.

The founder of the firm, Brian D. Witzer, has 35 + years of experience, and has the knowledge to successfully try difficult cases, especially those involving traumatic brain injury and the life-threatening disease called Stevens-Johnson Syndrome.

We invite you to visit our testimonials section to learn how we have worked with our clients. We also have a full video library that discusses how the firm works with you and on your behalf. In addition, we have detailed our some of our most interesting cases in Witzer’s Dozen.

At the Law Firm of Brian D. Witzer, “Our commitment to our clients is extraordinary.”

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