Founded in Omaha, NE in 1898, Fraser Stryker PC LLO began with Lodowick F. Crofoot and Edgar H. Scott, two graduates of Michigan Law School with connections to the leading families of Omaha, NE. The firm quickly gained respect for fighting tirelessly clients and being involved in the development of the Omaha area.
Fraser Stryker’s name originated from firm partners William “W.C.” Fraser and Hird Stryker, Sr. We are proud of the Firm’s contribution to the growth and development of Omaha and its surrounding areas, whether through our attorneys’ numerous philanthropic efforts or our success helping to bring large entities like Offutt Air Force Base and Omaha Public Power District to the area.Learn More
The Fraser Stryker Difference
Whether you need practical advice, strategic legal guidance, or aggressive litigation services, we are in a unique position to help. We are committed to providing sophisticated legal advice by learning all we can about you and your business to efficiently assist with opportunities and challenges, as well as serve day-to-day needs. We are skilled at handling each case in a streamlined, cost-effective manner, all while adapting to the changing legal and technological climate to ensure our clients benefit from the best available practices and research.
As trusted advisors, we constantly seek out innovative and creative solutions by collaborating with our diverse team of attorneys to draw on the full range of skills and resources our firm has to offer. This allows us to provide full-service representation to both businesses and individuals on a multitude of legal issues.
Diversity, Equity & Inclusion
Fraser Stryker PC LLO has literally stood in the shadow of the Douglas County Courthouse in Omaha, Nebraska for over 100 years. As attorneys and advocates, we are proud to champion the fundamental rights of all who live in this country.
While our beautiful courthouse may be a symbol of the rule of law, it also has been a focal point for inequalities that still exist in our nation. We fully support the rights of all to exercise individual liberties, to express their opinion, to protest peacefully, and to address our government.
Since the founding of our Firm in 1898, Fraser Stryker has had a steadfast belief in promoting and supporting civic and philanthropic organizations that boost, strengthen, and champion members of our community. In fact, it is one of the core elements that has built Fraser Stryker’s culture. Each year, our attorneys and staff give hundreds of volunteer hours to organizations through leadership roles, physical work, and pro bono legal services to some of the most recognizable and some of the most underserved nonprofit organizations in the region.
We appreciate the opportunity that we have to work with these incredible community leaders as they develop many growth and improvement projects for the community and its citizens.