BEEN INJURED OR WRONGED?

GET EXPERIENCE & GET JUSTICE.

I have represented & defended insurance companies and their negligent insureds for 20 years, so I know the tricks & games they play. I know what makes them break and where they won’t budge! Let me put my insider knowledge to work for you as I aggressively work to recover the maximum amount of money you may be entitled to!

-NATALIE M. FENNER

Natalie Fenner, founder of Stroud Fenner Law Firm is an accomplished and results-driven litigator with concentrated experience in civil litigation and all forms of personal injury litigation.

Natlaie Fenner
Florida Bar
Maryland Bar Member #9712160217
Member of DC Bar
Woman Owned Business
Minority Owned Business

BEEN INJURED OR WRONGED?

GET EXPERIENCE & GET JUSTICE.

I have represented & defended insurance companies and their negligent insureds for 20 years, so I know the tricks & games they play. I know what makes them break and where they won’t budge! Let me put my insider knowledge to work for you as I aggressively work to recover the maximum amount of money you may be entitled to!

-NATALIE M. FENNER

Natalie Fenner, founder of Stroud Fenner Law Firm is an accomplished and results-driven litigator with concentrated experience in civil litigation and all forms of personal injury litigation.

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NO MATTER YOUR INJURY

WE CAN HELP

WHAT SHOULD I DO IN CASE OF A CAR CRASH?

BE PREPARED.

auto accident checklist

HAVE QUESTIONS?

WE HAVE ANSWERS.

After an accident, it is common for the insurance agency to request a recorded or written statement about the incident. Insurance agents are trained to look out for the company’s best interest not yours, so it is best to consult an attorney before making a statement to the insurance agency. An insurance agent will try to discreetly influence your statement so that it lessens the insurance agency’s liability and reduce your claim.
Negligence in terms of the law, is defined as “failure to use reasonable care, resulting in damage or injury to another”. If a person acts negligently they could be held liable for any damage or injury sustained as a result from those actions.
Even if your actions are partially to blame for injuries or damages that you sustain, you may still be eligible for partial compensation from the other party at fault.

OR CALL

(813) 372-0082

FOR LEGAL ADVICE

sometimes a lawsuit

is the only path to justice.

THE LITIGATION PROCESS
the process of litigation
PLEADINGS
Each side of a lawsuit will file papers in this initial stage called “pleadings”. They will either file a Complaint or an Answer.
DISCOVERY
At this stage, each party requests information regarding the lawsuit from the opposing party, witness depositions are made and motions are filed.
TRIAL ALTERNATIVES
Both parties may be required or choose to attend mediation or arbitration where both sides try to reach agreement prior to trial. Arbitration is final, but if mediation fails, the case will proceed to trial.
TRIAL
At trial, each party presents their case by showing of evidence or the questioning of witnesses in front of a judge or jury to decide the outcome of the dispute.
APPEAL
If either party feels that the outcome is unfair, they have a legal right to file an appeal. An appeal will allow for a second opinion of sorts about the case and the decision. It can either be upheld or modified.

sometimes a lawsuit is the only path to justice.

THE LITIGATION PROCESS
PLEADINGS
Each side of a lawsuit will file papers in this initial stage called “pleadings”. They will either file a Complaint or an Answer.

 
 

DISCOVERY
At this stage, each party requests information regarding the lawsuit from the opposing party, witness depositions are made and motions are filed.

 
 

TRIAL ALTERNATIVES
Both parties may be required or choose to attend mediation or arbitration where both sides try to reach agreement prior to trial. Arbitration is final, but if mediation fails, the case will proceed to trial.

 
 

TRIAL
At trial, each party presents their case by showing of evidence or the questioning of witnesses in front of a judge or jury to decide the outcome of the dispute.

 
 

APPEAL
If either party feels that the outcome is unfair, they have a legal right to file an appeal. An appeal will allow for a second opinion of sorts about the case and the decision. It can either be upheld or modified.