Victoria Dye

Victoria is an Associate with the law firm of Fischer & Associates, LLC.  Victoria earned her undergraduate degree in political science and history from Georgia College and State University in 2004 and received her law degree from Cumberland School of Law in Birmingham, Alabama in 2007.

While in law school, Victoria served as the Student Materials Editor for the American Journal of Trial Advocacy and was chosen as a Judge Abraham Caruthers Fellow, where she assisted in Cumberland’s Legal Research and Writing program.  Victoria also served as Associate Justice for Cumberland’s Henry Upson Simms Moot Court Board and was a competitor on the school’s National ABA Appellate Advocacy team.  Victoria received recognition over the course of her law school career as a Scholar of Merit for her top achievements in Jurisprudence: Foundations of Law; Domestic Relations; Scientific Evidence; and Conflicts of Law.

Victoria began her career at Fischer & Associates while still a law student.  Immediately upon graduation, she joined the firm as an Associate, and she continues in that capacity today. Victoria’s practice with the Firm includes representing plaintiffs in a wide variety of claims and issues, including commercial trucking litigation, premises liability, products liability, automobile accidents, insurance fraud and bad faith, medical negligence, nursing home abuse, and business litigation.  Victoria has a particular interest in serving the needs of clients suffering catastrophic injuries, such as traumatic brain injury and quadriplegia.

During the course of her practice, Victoria has been involved in a number of successful pre-suit and pre-trial settlements on behalf of Fischer & Associates, LLC clients.  Victoria has advanced quickly within the firm, participating in several jury trials within her first few years of practice.  Victoria takes an active and involved role in every aspect of the cases she handles, from investigating claims, to conducting discovery, to assisting in the formulation of legal strategies and arguments to be made in the case.  In 2013, Victoria was named to the “Top 40 Under 40” Alabama attorney list by the National Trial Lawyers Association.