“I have been fighting for injured people throughout North Carolina since joining the Law Offices of James Scott Farrin in 2011. Ideally, most personal injury claims would be resolved peacefully, but when some insurance companies behave badly, injured persons are often forced to file lawsuits.
In my practice, I also represent victims of crime. Sadly, victims of crime are often overlooked in the criminal justice system. It is well known that perpetrators of crime are punished through the criminal justice system, but victims of crime find that they may be passed over in the process because the crime is considered a “crime against the state.” In most cases, the victim’s role is primarily defined as a witness for the prosecution. As a result, the district attorney’s primary responsibility is to punish the perpetrator, not to make the victim whole after suffering at the hands of the perpetrator.
Tiffany Frickey received her J.D. from Campbell University’s Norman Adrian Wiggins School of Law and her B.A. in Political Science from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
"Helping people is one of the best parts of my job," said Personal Injury Attorney Tiffany Frickey "I get a great deal of satisfaction knowing that I can make a difference in my clients' lives."
While in law school, Mrs. Frickey was the winner of the 2011 American Association for Justice Regional Trial Competition in Washington, D.C. and awarded membership to The Order of Barristers.
Mrs. Frickey is admitted to the North Carolina State Bar. She is an active member of the NC Bar Association, NC Advocates for Justice and American Association for Justice.
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