If you or a loved one have been injured or have suffered from the negligent actions of another, you have every legal right to seek justice and compensation. The resource links below will provide you with a better understanding of the various aspects of our areas of practice and the law.


We invite you to head over to our regularly updated blog to learn more about personal injury, torts, car accidents, medical malpractice, and our other areas of practice. Our blog posts take complicated legal concepts and terminology and break them down into easy-to-understand terms. This will provide you with a good overview and a general understanding of how we handle our legal cases.

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Discovery Objections

Discovery is an essential part of any lawsuit. It allows both parties to know what evidence will be presented at trial. This helps prevent a situation otherwise known as “trial by ambush” from occurring—wherein one party presents surprise evidence that the other does not have time to review and counter.

Discovery objections can help limit or prevent evidence from being presented that is too vague or overly broad. There are two different types of discovery objections: general and specific. Click below to read more about each one and how to develop solid objections.

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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

Over the years, we’ve noticed a thread of commonly asked questions from our clients, such as:

  • Is my case worth pursuing?
  • Do I need an attorney to handle my case?
  • How much time do I have to make a claim?
  • And many more.

We compiled a lengthy list of the top 41 most frequently asked questions to help you understand your rights and make a more informed decision. Click below to learn more.

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Legal Forms

Below you’ll find a link to a list of customized legal forms that we have created over the years. Attorneys often use these forms as a general framework or starting point. However, they’re not intended for usage by the average layperson with zero understanding of the law.

These forms are not intended to provide legal advice, and anyone who uses them does so at their own risk. You should only utilize these forms on the advice and under the supervision of a licensed attorney. Click below to see our legal forms.

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Tort Terms

A tort is a non contract-based civil wrong. We have compiled the most common tort terms and definitions to help you understand the basic concepts of your tort case.

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Tort Case Law

Over the past several decades, the Virginia Supreme Court has heard and ruled upon thousands of tort cases. The topics range from abortion to wrongful termination and everything in between. Tort case law is crucial because it sets a precedent for future cases and rulings. Click below to view an A-Z list of Virginia tort case law.

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