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Serving the proud residents of Fresno, Tulare, Kings, Madera and Merced counties, attorney Frank Nunes puts emphasis on helping victims of personal injury, animal attack (dog bite), and motor vehicle accidents receive justice for their pain and suffering.
With a background that includes serving as an in-house counsel for a nationally known insurance company, he’s proven himself equally adept at litigating complex business cases. In fact, Frank’s practice is 100 percent devoted to litigation – whether on behalf of accident victims, defendants or business owners.
Frank is a down-to-earth, lifelong resident of Fresno County who was raised on his family's vineyard in Selma. He’s returned the blessings he received as a Valley kid by staying local when he attended Fresno State and then San Joaquin College of Law to earn his Juris Doctorate (J.D.) in 1994.
Today, he uses his community roots, courtroom experience and a practical, personable touch to leverage dollars-and-cents results in litigation for individuals and businesses. If you have case, Frank won’t rest until your needs are met. If you don’t, he’ll be the first to let you know. Respected widely in both the local court system and community, he dedicates himself to clients facing challenging circumstances.
Frank first began practicing law for the Tulare County District Attorney as a hard-working prosecutor (who once performed 16 jury trials within a six-month period).
Seeking to return to his agricultural roots through an opportunity to practice land use and water law, Frank joined the Fresno County Counsel's office, where he was responsible for ordinance and zoning enforcement throughout Fresno County.
He returned to farming the family vineyard in Selma after his father’s death, while also working to broaden his experience trying more civil cases. He became in-house counsel for a national insurance company who added jury trials in Kings and Kern County to his list of venues.
This new position provided Frank an intimate understanding of how insurance companies legitimately work to discredit and reject claims. He began using that experience to help friends and family members with their litigation problems. He chose to remain in his home town and open his own practice.
He realized that dream in August 2007, when he opened his own practice to handle a variety of civil litigation for friends and strangers alike. Eventually, he became still more focused on helping injured people stand up for their rights against big insurance companies, as well as assisting small- to medium-sized businesses with their litigation needs.