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June 2017 – Fitzgerald Litigation is thanked as a 2017 Whitaker Elementary School Business Partner.  https://vimeo.com/221223454.

June 2017 – The Fitzgerald Litigation Padres won the 2017 Class A Playoff at Winston Salem National Little League. Rear more here, http://wsnll.org/site/ClientSite/article/187896.

February 2017 – Andy Fitzgerald and Stuart Punger of Fitzgerald Litigation have again been selected by Super Lawyers magazine for 2016.  Andy Fitzgerald has again been named a Super Lawyer in Business Litigation by the publication.  Stuart Punger has again been named as a Rising Star in Plaintiff’s Personal Injury.  No more than 2.5% of North Carolina lawyers are named to Rising Stars and only 5% of attorneys receive the honor of Super Lawyer.

February 2016 – Andy Fitzgerald and Stuart Punger of Fitzgerald Litigation have been selected by Super Lawyers magazine for 2016.  Andy Fitzgerald has again been named a Super Lawyer in Business Litigation by the publication.  Stuart Punger has again been named as a Rising Star in Plaintiff’s Personal Injury.  No more than 2.5% of North Carolina lawyers are named to Rising Stars and only 5% of attorneys receive the honor of Super Lawyer.

December 2015 – Forsyth County: Andy Fitzgerald and Stuart Punger obtained a $275,000 settlement for a woman who was rear-ended by a dump truck in Forsyth County.  We claimed punitive damages from the company and that the wreck caused her cervical dystonia and increased of her pre-existing PTSD.

September 2015 – Forsyth County: Fitzgerald Litigation became a “Silver level” business partner with Whitaker Elementary School.

September 2015 – Forsyth County: Fitzgerald Litigation became an “Enthusiast level” sponsor for Brunson Elementary School and the school’s new playground facility.

September 2015 – Forsyth County: Andy Fitzgerald and Stuart Punger obtained a judgment of $519,982 for the Plaintiff following a bench trial in a case involving the conversion of funds.  The case involved three investors.  The Plaintiff argued that the defendants took the $519,982 he intended for their joint development of a hotel in Belize, and instead used the money to fund the Defendants’ chain of pizza franchises. The Court agreed and returned a verdict for the exact amount the Plaintiff sought to recover.