Since 1998, Bridget has been a tireless advocate for her clients, both in the courtroom and when negotiating with insurance companies for her trucking cases. A seasoned litigator and consummate professional, her career has been devoted to fighting for the rights of those injured by the negligence or recklessness of others.
Bridget has been listed as a “Super Lawyer” by Virginia Super Lawyers annually since 2008. She is the president of the Virginia Trial Lawyers Association, a past president of the Young Trial Lawyers Section, and has served on the VTLA Board of Governors since 2008. Bridget currently serves as the Secretary of the Women’s Caucus of the American Association for Justice, on which she has served since 2012.
In 1999, Bridget was elected to membership in the American Board of Trial Advocates (ABOTA) evidencing her high personal character, honorable reputation, and proficiency as a trial lawyer having tried to verdict as lead counsel more than 25 civil jury trials. This includes cases involving tractor-trailer accidents. She has earned a reputation as a smart, resourceful, and pragmatic trial attorney respected by her peers and clients. She currently serves as President of Virginia’s ABOTA Chapter.
A lifetime Virginian, Bridget grew up in South Boston and graduated from Halifax County High School. She attended Mary Washington College, receiving her BA in Sociology. After attending law school at the TC Williams School of Law at the University of Richmond, Bridget began her legal career at a Richmond personal injury law firm.
Bridget enjoys spending time with her husband and two children, as well as running and playing tennis. She lives in Midlothian, Virginia.