Nottoway County Lawyers
In 2017, Jason was honored with induction to the exclusive International Academy of Trial Lawyers, a fellowship of elite trial lawyers representing both sides of the...
C. James Williams, III chose to pursue a career in law after completing undergraduate studies. He attended George Mason University School of Law and graduated in 1987. C James Williams, III passed the bar exam and was admitted to legal practice in 1987.
He represents clients with Personal Injury - General: Plaintiff issues in Virginia. He also represents clients with Workers' Compensation: Claimant, Professional Liability: Plaintiff and Civil Litigation: Plaintiff issues.
We serve the whole of Virginia and have office locations in Richmond, Midlothian, and Hopewell.
National Trial Advocacy College, University of Virginia School of Law and Washington and Lee University School of Law
Prior to joining the Allen Law Firm, Robert was an attorney with an insurance defense firm. This experience gave him insight on how insurance companies and their lawyers evaluate claims and handle cases.
Robert has been...
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I graduated from the University of Richmond School of Law and was accepted to the Virginia Bar in 2019. I earned the Intellectual Property Certificate as well as the Auzville Jackson Jr. award for excellence in intellectual property.
I am excited to assist artists, business owners, and content creators with their contract, trademark, and copyright concerns.
I've expanded my practice to include assisting clients in family law matters, estate planning, and business law. Whether the case is contested or non-contested, I am committed to helping his clients pursue the best possible outcome.
I received my B.A. from Rollins College, and my J.D. from the University of Richmond School of Law. My jurisdictions include the State of Virginia and Federal District Court, Eastern District of...
Having witnessed my own parents’ divorce in my late teens, I have a unique perspective and experience that I am able to provide to my clients. I enjoy being able to counsel them through tough life transitions. Family law issues are some of the most difficult legal issues a person can face and I believe that it is important to treat every person and situation with respect. I am able to listen to my clients...
Following law school, she began her career at the law firm of Cravens & Noll, P.C.—a general practice firm with offices in Chesterfield, Henrico and Colonial Heights, Virginia. Mary’s practice is devoted to family law and domestic relations (divorce, adoptions, custody and support).
Mary is an active member of the Virginia State Bar, and maintains an active role with...
Her vast experience in representing clients in both state and federal courts in cases involving car accidents, tractor trailer accidents, drunk driving, premises liability, dog bites, wrongful death and other cases involving catastrophic injuries, has equipped Bridget with the skills and confidence that she brings to bear on behalf of her clients....
As the proud son of two military parents, I served as Vice President of the Veterans and Military Law Association, where I advocated for veterans’ rights and headed up annual Veterans Day Commemorations at the University of Richmond. Prior to joining the Pendleton Law team, I focused my practice on defending complex federal civil rights cases.
I maintain an active general practice of law that includes personal injury, civil litigation, business litigation, wrongful death, landlord tenant matters, drafting wills and powers of attorney, and traffic infractions.
I have developed...
In addition to defending my clients, I enjoy traveling, yoga, and reading.
If you have a question or need assistance, please call me at 804-250-5050.
Tammy's role with the firm requires her to work closely with all of the firm's litigators. She serves as a resource on issues in her special fields of expertise which include the crafting of Complaints and documents relating to infant settlements, wrongful death settlements, due diligence, and discovery.
My husband, a retired Marine Corps officer, and I have five children. Outside of work, I enjoy baking, running with my dog, and volunteering – but only when I'm not on mom duty at a horse show or a volleyball game.
Come visit me at Christina Pendleton & Associates' Richmond or Petersburg office! If you have any questions, don't hesitate to call us at 804-250-5050.
Before he joined the Allen Law Firm, Dave worked as in house legal counsel for a major automobile liability insurance company. He represented insurance company policyholders who had been sued by plaintiffs injured in...
As a lawyer Geoff has obtained more than $400 million in settlements and awards for his clients. He has successfully tried cases resulting in over 200 written opinions,...
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