Robert Graham Fiore
Mr. Fiore received his Bachelor of Arts degree from Providence College and his law degree from The Columbus School of Law at the Catholic University of America. He possesses significant trial experience in areas of serious personal injury, wrongful death and commercial insurance law. Mr. Fiore is retained by individuals seeking substantial monetary compensation as well as by corporate clients who demand zealous representation from a results-driven litigator. He tries cases in the Maryland State and Federal Courts.
Mr. Fiore is certified by the National Institute for Trial Advocacy to teach advocacy skills and has mentored attorneys from all over the country on the science and the art of trying a civil case to a jury. He currently teaches at Maryland legal education programs and trial skills workshops through the Litigation Section of the Maryland State Bar Association and lectures through the National Business Institute.
Mr. Fiore has been named as a Maryland Super Lawyer in 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013 and 2014 by Thomson Reuters/Baltimore Magazine and has been awarded a 10.0 Rating (highest available) by AVVO, a national directory ranking more than 90% of licensed attorneys in the United States. Mr. Fiore volunteers as a pro bono advocate for Maryland crime victims and is a 2011 recipient of the Governor's Victim Assistance Award. He sits on the Litigation Section Council of the Maryland State Bar Association, serves as a privately retained arbitrator and also as a court-appointed mediator.