Better Representation

We are pleased to offer our services to individuals, companies and counsel in the pursuit of better representation – representation based upon our extensive experience, capabilities and desire to better serve our clients.



Fizer❖LLC offers over 30 years’ litigation experience with a background in insurance defense litigation to benefit clients in catastrophic personal injury, property damage, and other tortious conduct.  Fizer❖LLC also provides services in litigation advice, support, and collaboration.

We are pleased to offer our services to individuals, companies and counsel in the pursuit of better representation – representation based upon our extensive experience, capabilities, and desire to better serve our clients. Fizer❖LLC offers a refreshing alternative to the conventional practice of law through an innovative and dedicated approach to litigation.

Fizer❖LLC provides competent, communicative, and committed legal service for the benefit of our clients.

Better Representation.

This is our goal, every day. We make this the cornerstone of what we do for our clients. We want you to be confident that you’ve received better representation than the other side, better representation than you have had from any other lawyer, and even better representation than we gave you yesterday. Our integrity, skill, knowledge, and experience in what we do is the foundation below that cornerstone; with these elements, we want our clients to have successful results, and to be satisfied not only with the results, but also the process, and then gladly refer friends, family, and colleagues to us so we can provide them with the same “better representation.”

In the News...

Back-To-Back Verdicts

By Tim Fizer | October 29, 2016

In Prince George’s County Circuit Court, Tim obtained jury verdicts for two of his clients in the last two weeks. In the first, his client was a passenger in a…

How Much Is My Case Worth?

By Tim Fizer | August 27, 2016

Every case is different, but there are some common issues and factors that should be considered. Check my guide on Avvo for a discussion: click here

Check out our answers on AVVO.com

By Tim Fizer | July 15, 2015

You might notice that some of my answers suggest that the questioner “contact a lawyer,” “consult with a lawyer who practices in this area of law,” or a similar recommendation.…

Court of Special Appeals Distinguishes Burdens of “Persuasion” and “Production”

By Tim Fizer | August 19, 2014

In further discussion, or perhaps just a reiteration, of Maryland’s evidentiary rule regarding presumptions, the Court of Special Appeals affirmed the jury’s verdict of no negligence, in favor of the…

Small Claims Collections Matters Subject to More Rigorous Standards on Affidavit Judgment

By Tim Fizer | May 22, 2014

The Maryland Court of Appeals has ruled that small claims collections cases, involving plaintiffs other than the original creditor (factored or assigned accounts), face more stringent standards on application for…

Maryland Court of Special Appeals finds dancing employee eligible for Workers’ Compensation

By Tim Fizer | May 14, 2014

In a recent opinion from the Maryland Court of Special Appeals, the court was called upon to determine whether an employee, sent to a resort for work, was entitled to…

BJ’s Wholesale Club, Inc. v. Rosen

By zestsms | December 2, 2013

The Maryland Court of Appeals has reversed the Court of Special Appeals in a decision that found exculpatory agreements allowing a business to avoid liability for its acts of negligence…

MSBA’s “40-Hr. Basic Mediation Training” Course

By zestsms | November 14, 2013

I completed the MSBA’s “40-Hr. Basic Mediation Training” course in October, 2013. This intensive, 40 hour class provided participants with a valuable understanding of the theory and practice of mediation…

Discussion of Social Media Evidence With Hon. Paul W. Grimm

By zestsms | September 27, 2013

This morning, the Negligence, Insurance and Workers’ Compensation section of the Baltimore County Bar Association sponsored a talk presented by U.S. District Court Judge Paul W. Grimm on the requirements…