Frederick M. Dudek serves the people of San Diego and the surrounding area with his experience litigating personal injury cases and a passion for justice. Dudek has served as a Committee Chair for the San Diego County Bar Association and has been a long-time member of the American Association for Justice.
Every case taken by Frederick M. Dudek receives an extensive amount of personal attention to ensure that accident victims get the best possible representation in and out of the courtroom.
How Can Dudek Law Firm Help My Case?
Dudek Law Firm has spent decades defending individuals who have been injured by accidents due to the negligence of another party. Survivors and their families may have lost loved ones or faced catastrophic injuries in auto accidents, bicycle accidents or on unsafe property and might be unsure of how to pick up the pieces and put their lives back together. We want our readers to know how Dudek Law Firm can help you and how you can reach out to us in your time of need.
One major benefit accident survivors and their families will get by using Dudek Law Firm is the personalized attention to their case. Smaller law firms have the experience handling the same cases as large law firms, but can focus more attention on you and your family so nothing important about your accident is missed.
We will overturn every rock and focus on every detail so you can receive the help that you need to move past your accident and begin down the path of building a better future.
How Can I Reach Out to Dudek Law Firm?
If our readers have questions regarding their accident or the accident of a loved one, we encourage you to reach out to us for a free consultation. You can reach us by phone at 858-530-4800 or by email at email@example.com. Our office hours are 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday.
Dudek Law Firm, APC – San Diego Injury Attorney
Did You Know? As an avid cyclist and bicycle accident attorney, Frederick M. Dudek participates in the Blind Stokers Club, an organization that brings the activity of cycling to those who would be unable to do so on their own.