Shortly after Sarah Rose became an attorney, she was injured in an auto accident and sought the services of Allen & Allen. Though she wasn’t practicing personal injury law at the time, the experience left a strong impression.
As an attorney working for a major insurance company on the defense side, she witnessed plaintiffs being treated unfairly by their own insurance companies, to whom they had paid thousands of dollars for protection. Even as she worked for the defense, she remembered her experience as a plaintiff and decided to switch to personal injury law.
Sarah understands how imperative it is to have competent representation, and is passionate about serving clients when they are at their most vulnerable. She brings to the firm a breadth of experience – not only in insurance defense, but family law and analyzing documents for mass tort cases.
Sarah loves to hike, and she and her husband hold state park passes. They can often be found at Pocahontas State Park. She also takes advantage of her season passes to the Broadway shows at Altria theatre. In her downtime, she can be found at home knitting and surrounded by her two dogs and three cats.
- Trial Attorney, Allen, Allen, Allen & Allen (2023-Present)
- Associate Attorney II, Geico (2019-2023)
- Project Attorney, United Lex (2016-2019)
- Student Associate, Jeanette Lipman Family Law Clinic (2015)
- Judicial Intern, Henrico County Circuit Court (2014)
- Summer Intern, Caroline County Commonwealth’s Attorney’s Office
- Licensed to practice law in the Commonwealth of Virginia
- Eastern District of Virginia
- Western District of Virginia
- Juris Doctor, cum laude, University of Richmond School of Law
- Bachelor of Arts in History and Women’s Studies, The College of William and Mary
- Virginia Trial Lawyers Association
- Metro Richmond Women’s Bar Association
- Hanover Bar Association
- Richmond Bar Association
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