Fred Pritzker - Pritzker | Ruohonen & Associates

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Fred Pritzker

Pritzker | Ruohonen & Associates

45 South Seventh Street, Suite 2950

Minneapolis, MN 55402


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Fred H. Pritzker is a nationally recognized lawyer with over thirty years of experience representing individuals and families in personal injury and wrongful death claims. His personal injury practice focuses on cases involving foodborne illness, product liability, traumatic brain injury, defective medical products, medical malpractice, car accidents and fire/explosion injuries. On behalf of his clients, he has obtained numerous million-and multi-million-dollar settlements and verdicts.

Mr. Pritzker obtained his B.A. with honors from Northwestern University in 1972 and his J.D. cum laude from the University of Minnesota Law School in 1976.

Mr. Pritzker is a member of the American Board of Trial Advocates and the Million Dollar Advocates Forum. He has also achieved status as a Certified Civil Advocate from the National Board of Trial Advocacy and a Certified Trial Specialist from the Minnesota State Bar Association. He has been selected by his peers as a "Top 100 Minnesota Super Lawyer" and "Top 40 Minnesota Personal Injury Lawyer." He has also been selected for inclusion in the 2008 edition of The Best Lawyers in America.

He is a former president of the Minnesota Trial Lawyers Association and a former governor of the Association of Trial Lawyers of America.

Mr. Pritzker is a sought-after speaker on personal injury matters and has conducted numerous seminars and presentations on such matters as top verdicts and settlements, foodborne illness, premises liability, products liability, car insurance, trial tactics, use of expert witnesses, and traumatic brain injury.

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Fred Pritzker has a national personal injury practice and represents clients in Minnesota and throughout the United States. When he handles out-of-state cases in state or federal court, he retains the services of local counsel, who then moves to have him admitted pro hac vice, meaning "for this particular occasion."

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