Timothy J. Grant
Firm:
Fredrickson, Mazeika & Grant, LLP
Phone:(858) 642-2002 Ext.
Address: 5720 Oberlin Drive
San Diego, CA 92121

Membership:
University: San Jose State University, B.A., 1979; Magdalen College, Oxford University, England, 1981, University of Santa Clara, J.D., 1985
Admitted: 1986, California
Biography: Tim manages FMG's San Diego offices, which include 15+ attorneys, 5+ paralegals, several law clerks, and over 250 active litigation matters. He is a preeminent AVĀ® rated trial attorney and through the years has had great success representing a diverse group of clients. Tim has extensive experience defending both insured and self-insured clients against various liability claims, including personal injury, property damage, breach of contract, unfair business practices, toxic torts, product defect, employment discrimination, elder abuse, major job site accidents, and commercial trucking accidents and freight claims. He also prosecutes various claims for FMG's business clients. Tim received his Bachelor of Arts degree in 1979 from San Jose State University where he also participated in intercollegiate sports and spent a semester as an intern in the California State Senate. After working in California's high-tech Silicon Valley area as an outside sales representative for a number of different manufacturers, Tim pursued his law degree at the University of Santa Clara School of Law, graduating in 1985. He also spent a semester abroad at Oxford University in 1981, studying the area of comparative law. Throughout his schooling and during his 25+ years of legal practice, Tim has carried with him the philosophy that while a certain amount of skill and success is natural, most only comes through hard work and dedication. Professional Activities California Bar Association American Bar Association DRI San Diego County Bar Association American Inns of Court, J. Clifford Wallace Inn The San Diego Defense Lawyers Association California Trucking Association (CTA) CALPASC Lecturer on loss control & trial practice issues.