Meet Christopher J. Toepp
Chris dedicates his practice to helping clients and making his community a safer place. He has earned a reputation as an exceptional litigator in the courtroom. With nearly a decade of trial experience, he has handled hundreds of bench and jury trials in the Commonwealth of Virginia. This experience includes complicated trucking cases. Chris knows how to present evidence so that the jury comprehends his client’s hardships and the impact their injuries have had on their lives.
Chris has represented residents of Washington D.C., New York, New Jersey, North Carolina, South Carolina, Massachusetts, Michigan, Florida, California, Hawaii, and Canada and enjoys the opportunity to represent out-of-state motorists who are injured in Virginia.
Chris works on a wide range of personal injury cases including car crashes, truck accidents, and motorcycle wrecks. Injured in a tractor-trailer accident in 2007, Chris has a first-hand understanding of what personal injury clients go through in the aftermath of a trucking accident including the physical pain, the impact on loved ones, and the financial burdens incurred along the road to recovery. He strives to guide and protect those experiencing these difficult situations so that they may concentrate fully on their healing.
Chris graduated from Dartmouth College in 2004, where he was part of the Division I Swim and Dive team. He then received his law degree from the William and Mary School of Law. Before joining Allen & Allen, he served as an Assistant Commonwealth’s Attorney in Richmond, prosecuting a variety of cases including murder, robbery, animal cruelty, DUI, and hit and run. He believes in the effectiveness of the judicial process and enjoys being in the courtroom.
Chris is an avid golfer and enjoys fishing, boating, and watching his daughter’s swim meets. He lives in Richmond.