Firm Overview

Make no mistake: personal injury cases can be very complicated. With so much on the line, including physical, emotional, and financial recovery, we understand the importance of making sure people are educated on their rights and responsibilities in the event of a preventable injury. That's the only way to come out ahead.

We are not interested in taking advantage of people whose lives have already been disrupted. We are not interested in pressuring people to hire a lawyer when they might not need one. We are interested in helping injured people get the information they need to start making informed decisions, and develop a strategy that helps ensure the best possible outcome with the least amount of stress.
Main Office
Main Office
3101 Bee Cave Road, Suite 270
Austin  TX  78746
  • (512) 888-8022

Josh Fogelman, Founding Partner

Josh Fogelman has been a personal injury lawyer since 2009. He enjoys helping his clients understand their rights and responsibilities after being injured, and working with his clients to develop a practical strategy that makes the most sense under their unique circumstances. He gets great satisfaction and fulfillment from providing guidance to people who need good advice, and believes personal injury law is his calling.

Josh was born and raised in Austin. He graduated from the University of Texas at Austin in 2005, and got his law degree from Baylor in 2008. After law school, Josh served as a briefing attorney for the Justice Harriet O'Neill on the Texas Supreme Court, which was a highly distinguished honor. Through his commitment to providing exceptional customer service and legal representation, Josh has earned his place as a Texas Super Lawyers Rising Star every year since 2014, a perfect 10.0 Avvo rating, and perfect 5-star ratings on Yelp and Google.

Aaron Von Flatern

Aaron von Flatern is an Austin personal injury attorney who thoroughly enjoys solving problems for injured individuals. As a trial lawyer who happens to be a former insurance adjuster, nothing brings him greater satisfaction than providing practical solutions and actionable advice after life-altering injuries. Inside knowledge is one reason Aaron has been able to resolve multiple cases for over a million dollars, earning him membership in the prestigious Million Dollar Advocates Forum.

Matt Breeland

A former defense lawyer, Matt Breeland spent the first part of his career working for major insurance companies. In that role, he gained a unique and highly valuable perspective on the litigation tactics employed against injury victims. Matt is proud and excited to bring his experience to FVF Law and to help injury victims fight back. Since joining the firm in 2016, he has obtained millions of dollars on behalf of his clients.

Matt was named in Texas Monthly Magazine as a Super Lawyers Rising Star in 2017. Only 2.5% of lawyers under 40 receive this prestigious recognition, which is based on a multi-phase selection process that includes independent research, peer nominations and peer evaluations. Matt's compassionate and zealous representation also earned him the AVVO "Client's Choice Award" for 2015. For his volunteer legal work, he received a Judge Suzanne Covington Pro Bono Service Award in 2011.

Miranda Grummons

Miranda Grummons is our Litigation Associate. She boasts an impressive amount of trial experience for a young attorney due to her outstanding ambition and drive. Originally hailing from Magnolia, Texas, Miranda attended the University of Texas at Austin before going on to pursue her passion at Texas Tech University's School of Law. There, she competed on a national moot court team, wrote for Administrative Law Journal, and earned the high honor of membership into the school's Board of Barristers.

Miranda's other experiences include working for the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality and the Travis County Attorney's Office, where she acquired valuable trial experience. Miranda is an avid sailor, having sailed competitively for years on Lake Travis and statewide. In her free time, she enjoys swimming at Barton Springs, what she jokingly refers to as patio season, and working to correct civil injustice through pro bono service.