Mr. Frazier joined Bangerter Frazier & Graff, PC as an associate in 2005. His primary areas of practice are insurance defense, personal injury, professional negligence, and general civil litigation. Additional areas of practice include estate planning, benefits planning for persons with disabilities.
Prior to entering the legal profession, Mr. Frazier worked in social services, developing and directing employment programs for persons with disabilities. Mr. Frazier is certified by the Social Security Administration, in collaboration with Virginia Commonwealth University, as a benefits planning, assistance, and outreach counselor.
Mr. Frazier has served as trial counsel in a number of contexts in multiple states, including civil jury trials, bench trials, and administrative hearings. He has obtained favorable verdicts in each of his last seven trials. One such verdict was featured on the cover of the legal publication "Verdict Search" in May 2010.
Certified Benefits Planning Counselor, Social Security Administration. Literary Editor, Thomas Jefferson Law Review, 2002-2003. Staff Member, 2001. Law Clerk to Honorable J. Richard Haden, San Diego Superior Court (2002), Author: When the International Shoe Doesn't Fit, Thomas Jefferson Law Review Spring 2003. Judge, Pro Tempore, Washington County, Utah (2012).