Top Abingdon Assault & Battery -- Plaintiff Lawyers - Virginia

  • P. O. Box 196,210 Otey Street Blacksburg VA 24063 37.2263 -80.4152

    Trusted advocates serving the New River Valley with knowledge and experience. Providing representation in traffic, DUI/DWI and criminal charges; divorce and custody matters; contract and civil disputes; property and apartment management; and in personal injury and wrongful death claims. Located one block from Virginia Tech Campus .  Appointments available after business hours...

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    P.O. Box 2391 Salem VA 24153 37.29347 -80.05476

    I am attorney Lalita Brim-Poindexter, and from my law office in Salem, Virginia, Poindexter Law, LLC, I devote my time and resources to helping my clients protect their rights and liberties in the face of some of life's most serious and difficult legal challenges. If you live in Roanoke, Franklin, Botetourt, Bedford or Montgomery counties, or any of the surrounding areas, you can expect to receive...

  • 219 Patton Street Danville VA 24541 36.58817 -79.38945

    The law firm of Haymore & Holland, P.C. is in Danville, Virginia. We focus on helping personal injury plaintiffs in Virginia and providing aggressive criminal defense to individuals charged with a crime. Experienced Legal Help From A Native Virginian When choosing a lawyer to resolve your legal matter, you should have confidence that he or she cares about your concerns and has the knowledge...

Were you the victim of an Assault or Battery?

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