Virginia Personal Injury Lawyers

Robert T. Hall

At Hall and Sethi, P.L.C. we enjoy being lawyers. We believe that it is our experience in the courtroom and our extensive knowledge of our practice areas that allows us to successfully represent clients. Our founding partner, Robert T. Hall, is a nationally recognized trial attorney who has handled some of the most complicated personal injury and wrongful death cases over the last four decades. We believe there is simply no substitute for the experience and knowledge gained over decades of practice in the courtroom where our attorneys innovatively address the law, and in some instances, even create it.

Client Centered Lawyering

As a published author on topics of grief and loss in the context of trial lawyering, Robert T. Hall has established a law practice focused on the needs of clients. At Hall and Sethi we realize that every client is unique. Whether your case involves a motor vehicle accident, professional malpractice, or a product defect, we strive to work collaboratively with every client to chart a course of representation that is in the client’s best interest. We keep our clients informed of developments in their case so that we are able to assist them in making smart and informed decisions throughout the legal process. Together, our attorneys and staff work passionately to protect our clients’ interests and achieve the desired results.

Articles

Sometimes Accidents are Just That...

I recently came across this article on CNN about Tripp Halstead - a two year old who suffered a traumatic brain injury when a tree branch fell on his head and crushed his skull while he was at daycare. As I read the article, it became apparent that the branch was overhanging a fence from the adjacent property...

“Oh, What a Tangled Web We Weave.” Part 1: President Steger's First Press Conference - Laying Down Some Silk

This is the first of a series of postings about Virginia Tech President Charles Steger's explanations why he issued no warning to the Virginia Tech campus the morning of April 16, 2007 - a warning that two students had been shot, one fatally and one mortally, at West Ambler Johnston ("WAJ") residence hall...

Hospital Errors - Part I

While some politicians were posturing about "frivolous lawsuits", claiming they were a cause of increased health care costs (despite the absence of any reliable studies so finding) a 1999 National Institute of Medicine report told a real tale of healthcare costs, a shocking tale based on hard data...