Stephanie E. Grana Recognized by VADA-VTLA Award
Courtney Sweasy—October 1, 2019
The VADA-VTLA Civility and Professionalism Award Honors Integrity and Competence
Our team at Breit Cantor Grana Buckner is happy to congratulate Attorney Stephanie Grana, who was awarded the VADA-VTLA Civility and Professionalism Award for her exemplary courtroom conduct and her commitment to Virginia’s legal community. The Virginia Association of Defense Attorneys (VADA) and Virginia Trial Lawyers Association (VTLA) award two people per year, with each association selecting a standout member of the other association. This award is yet another recognition of Attorney Stephanie Grana’s deep commitment to hard work and ethical practices.
A Consistent Standout in Virginia’s Legal Community
Attorney Stephanie Grana has been fighting for Virginians for 26 years, and has received a number of other awards, honors, and recognitions due to excellent client outcomes and community leadership. Notable achievements include:
- Recognized by Best Lawyers in America® as Personal Injury Litigation-Plaintiffs’ Lawyer of the Year for 2020 and in the Medical Malpractice category (2009 – 2019).
- Awarded by Virginia Lawyers Weekly as one of the 2019 “Influential Women of the Law”
- Inclusion in the 2019 Top 50: Women Virginia Super Lawyers® list
- Named Virginia Foundation Fellow (2014)
- MRWBA Woman of Achievement Award (2012)
Stephanie is also a passionate member of many professional associations, including the Virginia Trial Lawyers Association, Virginia chapter of the American Board of Trial Advocates, Metro Richmond Women’s Bar Association, and Lewis F. Powell, Jr. America Inn of Court, all of which she previously served as President. In addition, Stephanie is involved with the Richmond Bar Association, Henrico County Bar Association, American Association of Justice, Virginia Model Jury Instruction Committee, and the Virginia State Bar Council for the 14th Circuit. Stephanie is often asked to speak on topics including personal injury, medical malpractice, and trial practice.
Helping Virginians Get Justice
Breit Cantor Grana Buckner represents Virginians in cases of personal injury and sexual abuse. We understand that our clients are coming to us in a difficult time and do our best to alleviate some of the burden of pursuing a lawsuit after an injury or assault. You deserve to get justice, and we will fight for you at no cost until you win a settlement.
Our team has won hundreds of millions of dollars for our clients since we opened our doors in 1979. Attorney Stephanie Grana has helped her clients achieve justice with settlements to the tune of:
- $15 million after a truck accident
- $9 million for medical malpractice
- $2 million after a car accident
- $1.75 million in a personal injury case
- $1.125 million for sexual assault
If you or a loved one have recently been in an accident, suffered an injury from medical malpractice, been injured by a fall on someone else’s property, or faced sexual abuse or assault, don’t miss your chance to be compensated for your injuries. Breit Cantor Grana Buckner can help take care of your legal concerns so you can focus on your recovery.
By Courtney Sweasy