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Brein Roche

Brien A. Roche has been an attorney since 1976. Mr. Roche is admitted to practice in Virginia, the District of Columbia, and Maryland. Before working for plaintiffs in injury cases, Mr. Roche spent ten years representing insurance companies as a defendant’s attorney. His experience allows him a unique insight into defense strategies and the inner workings of the insurance industry.

His practice areas include a broad range of civil litigation, as well as:

Mr. Roche is admitted to practice in Virginia, the District of Columbia, and Maryland. Put his extensive experience as a personal injury attorney–and his comprehensive knowledge of injury law–to work for you.

If you’re looking for a dedicated professional with a thorough understanding of personal injury law, look no further. If you’re an injured person, we’ll take a look at your situation and determine whether you have a claim. 

When and if we decide you have a case, we will work diligently to obtain the best outcome possible for you and those you care about. Don’t suffer in silence, without the resources and services to which the circumstances of your injury may entitle you. 

Brien Roche brings decades of knowledge, insight, and proficiency for which there is no substitute.

A personal injury lawsuit is not the time to take chances with your representation. You deserve a personal injury lawyer who will treat you with compassion and who will approach your case with diligence and aggressiveness.

We cover an array of cases for a range of clients. Whether it’s a car accident or slip and fall, we treat all personal injury cases with care and consideration.


In addition to his busy law practice, Mr. Roche is also a published author. 

He has written several books and articles relating to the practice of law, including the Virginia Torts Case Finder, which is considered an excellent reference material used by lawyers and judges. This book was published by LexisNexis, the largest law publisher in the country. 

He also wrote Law 101, published by Sphinx Publications, which answers many common legal questions affecting non-lawyers. He has co-authored a book published by the Virginia Law Foundation Objections: Interrogatories, Depositions and Trial, which is a book written by a trial lawyer for trial lawyers.

Additionally, Mr. Roche has authored several articles which have been published in the Journal of the Virginia Trial Lawyers Association and Virginia Bar News.

Bar Admissions & Professional Qualifications

Mr. Roche belongs to the American Bar Association, the Virginia State Bar, the District of Columbia Bar, and the Maryland State Bar. He is also a member of the Fairfax County Bar Association, the American Association for Justice, and the Virginia Trial Lawyers Association. 

In 1986, Mr. Roche was appointed and continues to serve as a Commissioner in Chancery for the Circuit Court of Fairfax County, Virginia where he serves as a judicial officer hearing certain types of chancery cases.


Mr. Roche earned his Juris Doctor in 1976 from George Washington University National Law Center. Mr. Roche also holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from Georgetown. 

From 1970-1976, Mr. Roche served as a member of the U. S. Marine Corps Reserve. From 1971 to 1975 he was a uniformed patrol officer with the Washington, D. C. Police Department (MPDC). 

His and his wife raised their seven children in Northern Virginia.


The only peer rating system for attorneys that is maintained is one published by Martindale Hubbell Publishing. The rating system rates attorneys from “A” to “C,” with “A” being the highest rating. 

Mr. Roche has been “A” rated since 1986.

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