Micheal Kramer has lived in Fairbanks all his life. He graduated from Lathrop in 1986, and has practiced law here since 1996. Prior to opening his own law office in 2012, he served as Partner in two large full service firms, accumulating a wide variety of experience in all areas of law. He now focuses on cases that are likely to end up in court. Kramer and Associates is dedicated to providing efficient and effective representation to all clients and to only accept those cases within their areas of expertise.
Mr. Kramer has conducted trials in Yakutat, Juneau, Tanana, Tok, Kenai and Anchorage. He proudly represents individual Alaskans in courtrooms throughout the state as well as institutions, businesses, and remote villages. Representative clients include State Farm, Gavora Inc, the Alaska Outdoor Council, and the City of Tanana.
Mike has a particular interest in representing victims of bureaucratic negligence, or bad faith conduct by public employees. In particular, children harmed while in the custody of the State. He recently obtained a 2 million dollar jury verdict against the Office of Children's Services on behalf of abused foster children. He has significant experience defending DUI cases, and in divorce and custody issues.
Joann Hendrickson-McCaw has been Mike's paralegal for more than 5 years, and has significant experience assisting clients throughout the often difficult legal process. She will obtain her paralegal degree from UAF in spring 2013.