Chris Frayer

Chris Frayer joined Cochran, Kroll and Associates PC in 2018 as a medical malpractice attorney. Before joining the team, Chris spent over 17 years successfully representing healthcare institutions and professionals as well as corporate clients litigating medical malpractice cases and professional licensing issues in both state and federal courts. He brings to our firm a mastery of complex medical-legal matters, a deep understanding of litigating complex cases, and a diverse background.

Now that he’s representing plaintiffs, Chris finds it very rewarding to use his knowledge, training and experience to help people during such a difficult time in their lives. “These cases are challenging but I find it rewarding to help families in difficult situations in which they could not help themselves.”

Education

Western Michigan University – Cooley Law School, Juris Doctor, Lansing, Michigan

  • Dean’s List

Northwood University, Bachelor of Business Administration, Midland, Michigan

  • Major / Minor Business Administration
  • Dean’s List
  • Scholarship athlete and team captain Northwood University tennis team

Bar Admissions

State Courts

  • Michigan
  • Florida
  • Connecticut

Federal Courts

  • Eastern District of Michigan
  • Western District of Michigan
  • Central District of Florida
  • US District Court of Connecticut

Tribal Courts

  • Mashantucket Pequot Tribal Court

Member

  • Member of State Bar Michigan, Florida, and Connecticut
  • The Michigan Association of Justice
  • The American Association for Justice

Personal Life

In his personal life, Chris loves spending time with his wife and children and enjoys playing golf, softball, running 5k races and biking. He also stays active in coaching and volunteers his time with various local youth sports.

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