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Frank Voler

Associate

About Frank

About Frank

Frank Voler joined Marcari, Russotto, Spencer & Balaban in December of 2010. He manages the firm’s North Carolina litigation department based in Charlotte, North Carolina.

Frank received his B.S. in Mechanical Engineering from the United States Naval Academy in 1981, served on active duty as a nuclear-trained officer until 1986 and thereafter served in the Naval Reserve [CDR, USNR (ret)]. Frank was also an instructor for Virginia Power, teaching thermodynamics and various nuclear science topics (1986–1987).

Frank decided to pursue a legal career to help individuals fight against corporate and insurance interests and attended law school at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. He graduated in 1990, with honors, and was a member of the North Carolina Journal of International Law and Commercial Regulation (1989–1990).

Frank has over 20 years of legal experience and litigates personal injury cases, including wrongful death, drunk driver and commercial trucking cases. He has extensive trial experience and experience arbitrating UM/UIM claims.

"Behind every Defendant in a courtroom is an insurance company pulling the strings. I serve our clients who face an insurance company's unfair offer or refusal to accept responsibility for hurtful actions. It is deeply satisfying to help an ordinary person who only has one chance in front of a jury to fight for fairness."— Frank Voler
"Behind every Defendant in a courtroom is an insurance company pulling the strings. I serve our clients who face an insurance company's unfair offer or refusal to accept responsibility for hurtful actions. It is deeply satisfying to help an ordinary person who only has one chance in front of a jury to fight for fairness."— Frank Voler
Education

Education


Cases Handled in the North Carolina Court of Appeals

Cases Handled in the North Carolina Court of Appeals

  • Coiner v. Cales, 135 N.C. App. 343 (1999), disc. rev. denied, 351 N.C 352 (2000)
  • Mohamad v. Simmons, 139 N.C. App. 610 (2000)
  • Stillwell v. Gust, 148 N.C. App. 128 (2001), disc. rev. denied, 355 N.C. 500 (2002)

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