Phoenix personal injury attorney Dean Fox has spent well over 10 years handling Arizona personal injury cases from intake to settlement — including many opportunities to litigate cases and fight for injured victims through arbitration and mediation. Mr. Fox has negotiated millions of dollars in personal injury settlements and has focused and narrowed his practice to exclusively handling personal injury victims. He graduated in 2006 from Widener University Law School in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania where he was a member of the school’s Executive Board for Law Review and a Moot Court team member competing in Washington D.C.
After graduating with honors from law school, Dean Fox moved back to his home state of Arizona and immediately passed the Bar Exam. He was admitted to the Arizona State Bar in 2007. Aside from a Juris Doctorate, he also has a Bachelor’s degree in Management and a holds an Instrument rated Commercial pilot’s license along with a certified instructor rating.
Before law school, he spent several years working as a commercial airline pilot all over the northeast. He has also worked as a flight instructor and has worked in banking, debt collections and management (of retail, hotel and restaurants). His unique work experience includes many aspects of business and day to day operations and customer interaction/service that allow him to bring diversity of disciplines to his legal practice. Fox strongly believes that his experience working in a variety of business settings brings him an understanding of the full range of emotional issues and needs of injured clients. In other words, his clients are more to him that just another case!
Dean Fox joined Lerner and Rowe‘s Biltmore office in early 2015 where he continues to practice plaintiff personal injury law, handling both pre-litigation and limited litigation cases. He believes that no case is too big or too small, and also, every client’s case deserves equal attention. In his free time, he enjoys his family, long distance running, hiking and a good non-fiction book.
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