Virginia Lawyers Weekly is pleased to present the next group of honorees in our program recognizing the leading lawyers in a particular field of law. In this issue, we name “Virginia’s Go To Lawyers” for elder law.
A “Go To Lawyer” is:
- A lawyer who is an expert in his or her field, well-versed in the nuances of the case law, statutes and regulations clients will encounter.
- A lawyer who is experienced and enjoys a record of success, with many cases and/or transactions that give testimony to the quality advice he or she can provide.
- A lawyer to whom other lawyers make referrals because of his or her expertise and accomplishments.
- A lawyer who can think creatively and identify all options for a client.
- A lawyer you would name when a friend from another state calls and says she has a client who needs some legal help in a given part of our state.
Please join us in congratulating these outstanding lawyers specializing in elder law. And we look forward to hearing from you and receiving nominations for the next category, medical malpractice law (both plaintiff’s and defense).
The deadline is Oct. 15. The Go To Lawyers in that field will be recognized in an upcoming issue of Virginia Lawyers Weekly.
Virginia’s “Go To Lawyers” for Elder Law are:
- Lindsay Coley, Coley Law Firm, Smith Mountain Lake
- Cary Cucinelli, Cucinelli Geiger Thompson Wildhack, Fairfax
- Evan Farr, Farr Law Firm, Fairfax
- Elizabeth Gray, McCandlish Lillard, Fairfax
- Jeanne M. Hepler, Collins & Hepler, Covington and Lexington
- Andrew Hook, Hook Law Center, Virginia Beach
- Kristof Koletar, Hunter Law Firm, Hampton
- Kenneth Labowitz, Dingman Labowitz, Alexandria
- Amy Estes McCullough, Law Office of Amy McCullough, Fredericksburg
- Andrea Morisi, Farrell & Croft, Manassas
- Kimberly Pinchbeck, Law Offices of Kimberly Pinchbeck, Richmond