Max Evan Fry is a skilled attorney who attended Texas Christian University (TCU) for his undergraduate degree and then went on to attend the South Texas College of Law for his Juris Doctor. During his time in law school, Max competed in several prestigious moot court team competitions, honing his skills as an advocate and developing his ability to think on his feet. He was also an editor of South Texas College of Law’s Journal of International Economic Law and a member of the PhiDeltaPhi International Legal Honors Society.
After graduating from law school, Max joined Webster Vicknair MacLeod as an associate attorney, where he quickly established himself as a dedicated and skilled legal professional. He has a passion for TCU sports and loves to support his alma mater in any way he can.
At Webster Vicknair Macloed, Max focuses his practice on personal injury law, representing clients who have been injured in accidents caused by the negligence of others. He is passionate about using his legal knowledge and skills to help his clients get the compensation they deserve, and his clients appreciate his empathy, his attention to detail, and his ability to communicate complex legal concepts in a clear and concise manner.
In his free time, Max enjoys following TCU sports, traveling, and recreation. He also enjoys spending time with friends and family, and exploring the city's many attractions. Despite his love of socializing, he remains dedicated to his profession and takes great pride in his work as an attorney. His passion for the law is matched only by his dedication to his clients, and he is widely respected for his hard work, his dedication, and his commitment to achieving justice for those he represents.