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Plaintiffs Personal Injury Lawyer

About the Position

We are a well-established family-run business that is looking for a new full-time attorney in the Richmond area to add to our growing team.

The Core Values of our firm require every team member to:

  • Respect their co-workers,
  • Respect our clients, and
  • Display a great work ethic every day.

It is that simple and it applies to every member of our team. Life is short and we believe you should enjoy what you do and the people you do it with. This is a professional environment and our mission is to provide access to the legal system to people who might not otherwise get it.

In return for demonstrating and/or adopting our Core Values, the firm provides a stable, laid-back work environment with a great team of about 35 people.

We are looking for a plaintiffs personal injury attorney to work out of our Richmond office located near Willow Lawn. Our perfect candidate will learn, or already be capable, of handling all aspects of trials, conduct expert depositions, draft discovery and pleadings, negotiations, etc.

You must have an active Virginia bar license.

Salary & Benefits:

Pay can range anywhere from $90,000 – $200,000 per year.

Compensation package includes relocation assistance, bonus pay, commission pay, bar dues, malpractice insurance, 50% of employee’s health insurance, retirement plan, dental, vision, life, disability insurance, life insurance, CLE’s, holidays and paid-time off, some professional organization dues.

How to apply:

If you strive to be a top caliber lawyer then we encourage you to apply. Include your resume with a cover letter as well as your SALARY REQUIREMENT. In addition, please send us a screen shot of your typing speed results from

Title of the email should read “PLAINTIFF PERSONAL INJURY ATTORNEY”. Resumes without these items will not be considered for the position. Send your resume and cover letter directly to our managing attorney: