Many of our cases come from other lawyers who know we can handle the complex nature of Virginia workers compensation and Social Security Disability claims, health care providers whose patients have relied on us in the past, and former clients for whom we have obtained fair compensation, settlements, and disability benefits.”
Many of the cases I handle involve more than one area of law. The rules and regulations that govern Virginia Workers Compensation, Social Security Disability, Long Term Disability, Personal Injury, Car Accident, Medical Malpractice, Brain Injury, Wrongful Death, and Employment Law matters are connected.
For example, if you are injured in a car accident while on the job, you have rights under the Virginia Workers Compensation Act and Virginia personal injury laws. If the accident causes severe injuries that restrict you to light duty, your employer must comply with federal employment laws. And if your accident prevents you from returning to work, you may be entitled to Social Security Disability benefits. This interaction between workers compensation, disability, injury, and employment law is why I limit my practice to these areas. I’ll use every available legal option to get you the payment you deserve.
I like helping people get justice under the law, and I like to write about the law. Educating injured workers, disabled adults, accident victims, employees, and labor union members about their legal rights is important to me. I’m the author of the Virginia Workers Compensation Guide, which you can get a copy of by sending me an email. I’m also the author of an extensive website and blog, which you’re reading right now. Because of my legal writing, I’m often contacted by other attorneys and members of the general public to answer questions about legal issues in Virginia workers compensation, Social Security Disability, and Long Term Disability matters.