The Allen Law Firm was founded by George E. Allen in 1910 in Lunenburg County. George moved his practice to Richmond in 1931, expanded his firm with the addition of his sons as partners, and there Allen & Allen quickly earned a reputation not only as a group of respected lawyers, but as a pillar of the community.
The Richmond, Virginia attorneys at Allen & Allen have nearly 300 years of combined experience with personal injury and medical malpractice cases. Over our firm’s 100-year history, we have handled many complex and devastating claims with victims sustaining injuries ranging from cuts and bruises to spinal cord or traumatic brain injuries.
Allen & Allen is a family firm built on compassionate service, and we are committed to protecting our clients throughout their recovery and while we fight for their fair treatment and compensation.
Our Richmond attorneys are known for aggressive advocacy and their compassionate approach to personal injury law. We can help you:
- Understand the rights you have to collect from a negligent party’s insurance company.
- Collect uninsured or underinsured motorist coverage and medical payments coverage from your own insurance company if applicable.
- Collect the evidence you may need in order to collect greater financial compensation.
- Obtain a fair settlement offer for damages through negotiation.
About Our Richmond Location
Located in the heart of Central Virginia, the Richmond headquarters of Allen & Allen is convenient to Bon Secours St. Mary’s Hospital, Bon Secours Richmond Community Hospital, CJW Medical Center, Henrico Doctors’ Hospital, Retreat Doctors’ Hospital, and VCU Medical Center.
Our Richmond location is also convenient to Circuit Courts hearing personal injury cases in the areas of Richmond, Henrico, Hanover, Chesterfield, Charles City, New Kent, Hopewell, Amelia, Powhatan, and Goochland.
Richmond is the seat of the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia, located less than five miles from our Staples Mill Road office in the Robinson-Merhige Federal Courthouse on East Broad Street.
Richmond is also the seat of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit, located at the Lewis F. Powell Jr. Courthouse & Annex on East Main Street in Richmond, and only five miles from our Staples Mill Road office.
Our Richmond office is one block east of the Shops at Willow Lawn and near the convergence of I-64, I-95, and I-195. Free on-site parking is available. The main entrance is at the back of the building and easily accessible from the parking lot.
Why Choose the Richmond Office of Allen & Allen?
Our Attorneys – We first work to settle your case out of court; but if the insurance company’s “best” offer isn’t fair, we will take your case to trial to secure the compensation you deserve.
Our Free Consultation – We will treat you with respect, answer your questions, and give you a fair assessment of your case at no cost to you.
Our Experience – Our law firm has 31 attorneys with nearly 600 years of combined experience, and our Richmond area attorneys alone have over 300 years of combined experience. We have been working for our clients since 1910.
Our Investigative Team – We are the only personal injury firm of our kind with an in-house team of investigators and consultants that are available to research cases and secure all the facts.
Our Locations – We have eight locations in Virginia, including four offices in Richmond and the surrounding area. Our attorneys are available to meet with you at our offices, at the hospital, or at your home.
Your Initial Meeting is Free
If you are still wondering if you need a personal injury or medical malpractice attorney, call Allen & Allen today for a free case evaluation. Information that you share during that evaluation is kept confidential, and we can help you determine a plan of action for your case and what time limits may pertain to your claim.
Allen & Allen has eight locations in Virginia—this means we can support you no matter where you are. Working with a local Richmond lawyer is also important because you will want to meet face-to-face, and having an office close to where you live or work will make it easier for you and your family members. If you are in the hospital or a rehab facility, we’ll come to you.