Strengthen Your Case through Co-Counsel
Find Out How Our Virginia Personal Injury Attorneys Can Assist You
Co-counseling with another law firm on your case can prove to be incredibly helpful for a number of reasons. You may often see a list of multiple trial lawyers for large plaintiff verdicts or settlements, which has only continued to increase as the stakes rise in complex catastrophic injury and death cases. Whether your firm is stretched too thin or you simply do not have the expertise to take on catastrophic plaintiff cases, choosing a co-counsel partner can greatly strengthen your ability effectively litigate such cases. The Virginia State Bar even encourages partnering with co-counsel for matters outside of a lawyer’s comfort zone.
Why Choose Breit Cantor Grana Buckner?
Our catastrophic injury team offers nationally renowned attorneys with experience and skill, as well as a veteran staff of paralegals, investigators, nurses, and a jury consulting company designed to handle catastrophic plaintiffs’ cases and to joint venture with other law firms. Our “no stone unturned” approach is aimed at achieving results and, as a testament to our dedication and hard work, we have achieved over 150 verdicts and settlements exceeding $1,000,000 for our clients, including ten of the largest verdicts and settlements in Virginia for 2018.
Our past co-counsel relationships have produced not only successful results, but trust in our team to collaborate with us again in future cases should the need arise.
From Day 1, it became crystal clear that I had made the right decision.
— Jeffrey Laffey, Laffey, Bucci & Kent
During an extremely emotional time you were understanding, caring, professional, and communicated clearly every step of the way.
— Craig and Cassye M.
I’m very happy to know that we found the best firm to handle this case!
The communication was excellent and I was never left wondering.
— Kevin M.
Their trial experience is very impressive. They were willing to listen to us and asked probing questions for case preparation.
— Deborah and David C.
I always felt confident that my case was in the right hands.