Giving Back

Brain Injury Association of North Carolina

We are proud to support the Brain Injury Association of North Carolina. Currently, there are at least 5.3 million Americans living with a disability because of a brain injury. Every 23 seconds a traumatic brain injury occurs, and in the next year, an average of 1.4 million Americans will sustain a traumatic brain injury (TBI). Approximately, 180,000 North Carolinians are living with challenges of brain injury; this equals the entire population of the city of Fayetteville. read more

Giving Back

At Fisher, Stark Cash, P.A. we are committed to ongoing professional development, positively impacting the legal profession and making significant contributions to our community. One of the attributes that makes our company unique to our industry is our involvement with the people we work and live with. Our company and employees support these ideas by putting in many hours of volunteer time for non-profit groups, schools, and local neighborhoods. We recognize the importance of social responsibility, we provide pro bono work and makes donations to many non-profit organizations. Our team is deeply passionate about providing legal services to individuals and community organizations with limited means.

Community Involvement

As a profession, we see how people get harmed and where things could be unsafe. As members of the community, we try and use our experience to help avoid harm and to make our communities safer. We recognize that good citizenship reaches beyond the office and into our schools and neighborhoods. Our personal and professional goal is to make our communities safer and to positively effect the lives of the people we meet. We are frequently asked to share our knowledge in speaking before schools, groups and civic organizations. We recognize that we aren’t always successful in our efforts, and that in spite of our best efforts some people will take risks and make the less than safest decision, and their conduct might harm someone. We help our clients remedy those occurences. Visit the following pages to learn more about the ways we are working to make a positive difference: