Practice Areas

Practice Areas

Listening to your concerns. Advocating on your behalf.

Auto Accidents

If you were involved in a car accident, at the hands of another driver’s negligence, we want to hear your story. You may have concerns about the payment of medical bills, lost time at work, damage to your car or motorcycle, or calls from the insurance company of the driver at fault. Maybe, the at-fault driver does not have insurance. We understand. You will want an attorney by your side.


Bicycle & Pedestrian Accidents

Pedestrians are afforded strong protections by the law of Virginia. If you were involved in a pedestrian accident or bicycle accident, we want to hear how it happened. In some cases, Virginia law treats bicycles as vehicles. It is important to know the difference in responsibilities for cyclists and drivers in the different scenarios in which accidents can occur. You will want an attorney, who can use Virginia’s laws to fight for the compensation you may deserve, as a result of your accident.


Premises Liability

When we go to a grocery store or mall, we like to feel safe. We expect that the inviter has taken certain steps in consideration of our safety. Virginia law outlines the different responsibilities land owners have toward people that enter their property. Generally, if people are invited onto the property for business purposes, land owners owe a duty to keep the premises reasonably safe and warn the invited person of any hidden dangers on the property. If you slip or trip on the property of another, as a patron or guest, you may have a claim, based on the conditions and circumstances present at the time.


Animal Attack | Dog Bite Injuries 

Without a doubt, dog is man’s best friend. Unfortunately, roughly 5 million Americans are bitten by dogs every year. A dog can be overprotective or territorial. They may lose their bearings and become unreasonably frightened and lash out. You may have been attacked by a dog, owned by another person. In such an incident, a pet owner may not be as sympathetic as you may have thought, perhaps even becoming defensive and fearing the worst for their pet. The owner may even blame you for the incident.

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