Benjamin J. Trichilo


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Ben Trichilo is an accomplished personal injury and workers’ compensation attorney with a wealth of experience in trial as well as appellate litigation. Prior representation of insurers has provided valuable understanding of both sides of the legal spectrum. Ben’s areas of litigation practice include:

Personal injuries

  • Automobile and trucking accidents
  • Brain and closed head injuries
  • Sports injuries
  • Premises liability and slip and fall
  • Sexual assaults
  • Bicycle accidents
  • Professional negligence

Worker’s compensation

  • On the job injuries and third-party claims
  • Neck, back, knee, hip, and shoulder disability claims
  • Brain and closed head injuries
  • Occupational diseases including Covid
  • Injuries to law enforcement and teachers

Defense Base Act

  • On the job injuries or occupational; occurring while employed by DOD Contractor

Case Results - Personal Injury

  • Premises Liability: $425,000
  • Premises liability: $185,000
  • Premises liability: $2,400,000
  • Defective Product: $750,000.00 plus $225,000 for workers’ compensation claim
  • Defective Product: $195,500
  • Automobile accident: $250,000 plus $238,000 for workers’ compensation claim
  • Automobile accident: $150,000 plus $152,000 for workers’ compensation claim
  • Dog bite: $355,000 plus $145,000 for workers’ compensation claim
  • Dog bite: $250,000
  • Bicycle accident: $170,000
  • Trucking accident $3,800,000

Case Results - Workers' Compensation

  • Automobile injury: $638,000 plus $449,000 for future medical benefits
  • Snowboarding accident: $110,000
  • Closed head injury: $135,000
  • Defense Base Act injury: $250,000
  • Knee injury: $200,000
  • Knee injury: $135,000 plus lifetime medical benefits for injury
  • Covid Death Claim: $395,000
  • Covid Death Claim: $1,064 per week plus cost-of-living benefits for 500 weeks

Obtaining great results requires knowledge, skill, and teamwork. Ben will handle your claim, and will be there to address your questions and concerns. He believes that each case must be handled as if it were his own.

  • B.S., cum laude, Georgetown University Business School, 1971
  • J.D., University of Virginia School of Law, 1974
  • Law Clerk for the Honorable Richard H. Poff, Supreme Court of Virginia, 1974-1976
  • Virginia
  • District of Columbia
  • United States Supreme Court
  • United States Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit
  • United States District Court for the District of Columbia
  • United States District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia
  • William E. Wenger Professionalism Award presented by Litigation Council of America (2023)
  • America’s Top 100 Civil Litigators
  • The Best Lawyers in America
  • “Virginia Super Lawyers®”, inclusion in The Washington D.C. Area’s Best Lawyers
  • Senior Fellow, Litigation Counsel of America
  • Barrister, Order of Centurions (Litigation Counsel of America)
  • Board Member, Diversity Law Institute (Litigation Counsel of America)
  • AV® Preeminent™ Peer Review Rated, the highest rating from Martindale-Hubbell®
  • “Top Lawyers” in the Washington metropolitan area by Washingtonian Magazine
  • Virginia Workers’ Compensation Inns of Court
  • Master of the Bench, American Inns of Court
  • Virginia’s Legal Elite
  • Virginia Trial Lawyers Association
  • Senior Fellow, Litigation Counsel of America
  • Virginia Association of Defense Attorneys (Director 1993-97)
  • Defense Research Institute
  • Northern Virginia Defense Attorneys (President 1984-85)
  • Virginia State Bar; Virginia and Fairfax Bar Associations
  • Neutral Case Evaluator, Fairfax Circuit Court (1993 to present)
  • Board Member, Diversity Law Institute
  • Board Member, Brain Injury Services (2018 to 2022)
  • “As Judges See It: Top Mistakes Attorneys Make in Civil Litigation,” moderated panel consisting of Hon. Lisa M. Baird, Prince William County JDR Court; Hon. Richard B. Potter, Prince William Circuit Court (Ret.); Hon. Lon E. Farris, Chief Judge, Prince William Circuit Court (Ret.); Hon. Douglas L. Fleming, Jr., Loudoun County Circuit Court; Hon. Lorraine Nordlund, Fairfax County Circuit Court (Ret.); Hon. Janine M. Saxe, Fairfax County JDR Court; Hon. John M. Tran, Fairfax County Circuit Court. National Business Institute (October 12, 2017)
  • “Trends and Top Mistakes Attorneys Make.” National Business Institute (September 29, 2016).
  • "A Litigation Paralegal's Guide to Case Management." National Business Institute (May 19, 2015).
  • “As Judges See It: Top Mistakes Attorneys Make in Civil Litigation,” moderated panel consisting of Hon. Michael F. Devine, Fairfax County Circuit Court; Hon. Lon E. Farris, Prince William County Circuit Court; Hon. Daniel S. Fiore, II, Arlington County Circuit Court; and Hon. William T. Newman, Jr., Arlington County Circuit Court. National Business Institute (October 11, 2013).
  • “Litigating the Uninsured & Underinsured Motorist Claim.”  National Business Institute (August 28, 2013).
  • “Advanced Workers’ Compensation,” participated as a speaker on a panel addressing litigation techniques; Medicare Secondary Payor Updates; disability in causal relationship issues; utilization of the second injury fund; and ethical obligations. National Business Institute (February 06, 2013).
  • What Civil Court Judges Want You to Know,” moderated panel consisting of Hon. William T. Newman, Jr., Arlington Circuit Court; Hon. Lon E. Farris, Prince William County Circuit Court; Hon. Jonathan C. Thacher, Fairfax County Circuit Court; and Jan L. Brodie, Fairfax County Circuit Court. National Business Institute (October 19, 2012).
  • “Handling the Workers’ Compensation Case from Start to Finish.”  National Business Institute (October 7, 2010)
  • “10 Things Every Attorney Needs to Know About Workers’ Compensation.” VADA Annual Seminar (October 29, 2009)
  • “Witness Preparation: What’s Essential, What’s Effective, What’s Ethical.”  Virginia CLE (August 12, 2009)
  • “Results-Oriented Hearing Strategies.” National Business Institute (October 15, 2008)
  • “The Essentials of Law Office Management.” National Business Institute (October 12, 2007)
  • “Workers’ Compensation Update.” Lorman Education Services (December 1, 2006)
  • “Workers’ Compensation Case Preparation Techniques.” National Business Institute (August 15, 2006)
  • “Insurance Policy Coverage.”  VADA Spring Seminar (May 13, 2004).
  • “Appellate Practice Seminar.” Fairfax Bar Association (April 24, 2003).
  • “Fundamentals of Workers’ Compensation.” Council on Education in Management (December 18, 2002).
  • “Timely Issues in Virginia Workers’ Compensation Practice.” Virginia Continuing Legal Education Committee (May 16, 2002).
  • “Ethics Seminar.” Virginia State Bar (May 18, 2000).
  • “Current Developments in Workers’ Compensation.” Council on Education in Management (December 7, 1998).
  • “Case Handling Strategies.”  Council on Education in Management (July 25, 1998).
  • UM Insurers Retain Right to Sell You a Policy and Then Negotiate in Bad Faith, 2021.
  • “Practice Pointer: Exclusion of Testimony of Attending Physician,” The Journal of the Virginia Trial Lawyers Association, Fall/Winter 2005/2006.
  • “Workers’ Compensation Update: Expansion of the Estoppel Doctrine Where Voluntary Payments Are Made by the Insurer”, The Journal of Civil Litigation, Volume VII, No.1 (1995).
  • “The Applicability of the Workers’ Compensation Bar after Cinnamon v. IBM,” The Journal of Civil Litigation, Volume II, No.3 (1990).
  • “Subdivision Exactions: Virginia Constitutional Restrictions”, University of Richmond Law Review, Fall 1976.

News and Client References

Client References

Personal Injury

Mr. Trichilo was all of the above and then some. He was very attentive to my needs and kept me in the loop with all communications and answered all my questions. He also gave me the view from both sides, so we knew where we stood. My Injury is difficult, however, he made it happen.
- Shirley 05/28/2014


Mr. Trichilo was most helpful and informative from our first phone contact and during my entire time that I needed his service. I truly feel that I would not have had the care I really needed if not for his knowledge and compassion. I have referred several people that I have met who were looking for a lawyer to Mr. Trichilo.
- Anonymous 05/28/2014

Amazing Attorney at Law - Benjamin Trichilo, Esquire

My husband was severely injured in an automobile accident while on the job. We hired an attorney, and for eight years, he was awful. We finally fired him, and hired Benjamin Trichilo, and in a matter of two months, Mr. Trichilo concluded the case in the utmost favorable manner. We were amazed at how responsive he was, and how he handled the case. We had no idea that such a good attorney existed after the nightmare we had with this other attorney. Mr. Trichilo kept us in the loop of everything and was so extremely quick we wished we had retained him years ago. I would recommend Mr. Trichilo to anyone. He is the best attorney out there in Northern Virginia. How refreshing it was to have an actual attorney that returned calls, carbon copied me on everything, and I was never in the dark about what was occurring. THAT is what a good attorney is, no, EXCELLENT attorney is. Benjamin Trichilo, Esq., deserves the best because he is the best at what he does. WOW impressed!!!!!!
- Daniel and Shari 06/10/2014

Knowledgeable, Thorough, and Compassionate

Ben handled a wrongful death case on behalf of our family. He was great in communicating with us during the entire process, conducted extensive research including locating experts in the field, and showed compassion during this difficult time for our family. He was able to represent our family in a professional and knowledgeable manner. I would recommend him as a lawyer.
- Christine 06/16/2014

Wrongful death litigation for mother's estate

Ben Trichilo handled the wrongful death litigation for mother's estate. Ben was a pleasure to work with. He was attentive, compassionate, and kept us well informed throughout the process. Ben was very knowledge about the laws as it related to our wrongful death case. We completely trusted his advice and guidance, which ultimately led to a favorable settlement. I would highly recommend Ben Trichilo to anyone.
- Jennifer 07/08/2014

Workers Compensation

Unfortunately, I suffered an injury while on the job. My painful experience was not only due to my physical constraints but also from having to deal with the frustration of the insurance company in providing the treatment I needed. Ben is dedicated and caring. He ensured that the process ran smoothly with my treatments. He took the time to properly explain each step of the process and my rights. With Ben's assistance, I was awarded a favorable settlement and can now move on to the next chapter in my life. I wholeheartedly recommend others to seek his professional services.
- Jay 11/23/2014

Mr. Benjamin Trichilo, Esq.

After suffering an injury at work and being denied coverage by the insurance company, I searched for an attorney with top knowledge of Virginia workman's compensation claims. I found the best attorney after their law school and experience. Mr. Trichilo ranked at the top of his law school class. We talked and he took my case. The paperwork took several weeks to gather and file with the state. Every step along the filing issue he kept me informed. My case took over a year to reach a workman's compensation commissioner to be heard. Mr. Trichilo was very professional at the hearing. After several weeks passed, he called to say we won the hearing. The key word is we. Several more weeks passed, and no compensation check for the money due. He filed paper to WCC and within two weeks I had a check with extra owed for not paying on time. Mr. Trichilo had my best interest. Time passes with more hearings and communications with insurance company. Every step of the process, I received e-mails of each correspondence. This case lasted over five years from the date of injury to settlement and attorney Trichilo and his staff were with me all the way. I would highly recommend him.
- Gary 11/20/2015

Mr. Trichilo and his team have been super helpful, and almost got 5 times more than what the company was offering at the beginning.

Mr. Trichilo fought for my rights, when the company stopped my benefits and offered me only a very small amount as a settlement with which I was not going to be able to take care of my medical condition for one year. When I contacted Mr. Trichilo, he fought my case and settled my case with five times more than the initial offer. If you really want to fight your case, and you don't want your rights to be wasted by your company, I definitely recommend you contact Mr. Trichilo to help you. Mr. Trichilo worked on my case with Mr. Camden, and Mr. Montagna, they are the best team. I give them 5 stars for proficiency and helpfulness.
- Abdul 11/21/2015

Personal Injury Case

Attorney Trichilo did an awesome job. He got the amount of money back that I deserved in my case. My case was done in a timely manner and in a very professional setting.
- Anonymous 12/28/2015

Wise Guidance

Mr. Trichilo was incredibly professional from the very beginning of my case, not only with the legal matters but as well as the life issues that would affect me during the process. He constantly kept me abreast of every turn in the case. His outstanding guidance coupled with his wise counsel was pivotal in my positive outcome allowing myself and family to get a fresh start.
- Ron 03/01/2016


I appreciate the time, energy, and effort that Benjamin Trichilo put into my case. He demonstrated superior knowledge for his craft, and he always made himself available to ensure that I understood actions to be taken, to include any developments on the part of opposing counsel. I can't think of a time when I had a question or circumstance to review with Ben where he wasn't willing to take the time to ensure I had a level of comfort for the situation. Might I suggest, isn’t that what you want when your personal safety and well-being is a stake?

Thank you, Benjamin Trichilo, for your support and guidance through this process, it is greatly appreciated.
- Christopher 03/19/2016

Client Satisfaction

Mr. Trichilo handled my workers’ compensation case from start to finish. From day one and throughout the two plus years Mr. Trichilo made me feel like his number one client. He handled all the filings and correspondences in a timely and professional manner while at the same time keeping me updated on the case as it progressed and at the end negotiated a very favorable settlement.
- Jeffrey 09/06/2016

Personal injury

Ben went above and beyond for me. I had a pretty bad injury and I had never been through anything like this before and he was always there to answer any questions or concerns we had through all of this. When you go through what I went through it gets to be a little overwhelming, but he was always there to talk me through every step of this process. I always felt like I was his only case (I know I wasn't) but he did anything for me and figured out what we needed to move forward. He had the best team working for me also!!!!
- Carol 03/06/2017

Personal injury/Workers Compensation

Dear Mr. Trichilo, I would like to take this opportunity to express my extreme gratitude and appreciation for all your hard work and relentless effort and persistence in pursuing a positive outcome in my legal battle. It was one of the hardest and most emotional situations I have ever been in, and I felt throughout the process you went over and beyond the call of duty to resolve the matter as quickly and as fairly as possible. Your confidence and assurance helped me tremendously in coping with the process, yet you were always truthful and forthright. I was always kept in the loop and was educated and informed throughout the lawsuit. Your patience and professionalism were impressive, but your sincere caring and concern were what really set you apart from most attorneys. You couldn't have been more thorough and accurate, especially since this was complicated and complex in what you had to deal with. Overall, you are truly an anomaly, and I will be forever grateful to you. Though I hope no one has to go through what I went through, I will certainly highly recommend you and your law firm if anyone is looking for a top firm.
- Sunita 05/13/2017

Sleep better at night knowing you have a Pitbull in your corner!

This was our first case and involvement with any attorney, and we couldn't be more pleased with our overall experience and outcome.

We called and interviewed multiple attorneys when first deciding to hire a lawyer. Mr. Trichilo was the only one that told us what to expect and sent us the needed forms and engagement letter. He even followed up and asked if he could answer any questions.

Mr. Trichilo appears to be a gentle and soft-spoken man when you first meet him. When it came time to go toe-to-toe with the big insurance company, we felt that we had the bigger dog in the fight! He was professional, organized and thorough in every aspect of our Workers Comp case. He managed our expectations, and, in the end, we received more than we ever expected.

If you need an attorney, look no further, and give Benjamin Trichilo a call.
- Mina 06/29/2018

Workers Comp Case

Mr. Trichilo went above and beyond to help my husband and myself with his challenging case. When we first contacted Mr. Trichilo my husband’s case had been denied by the insurance company and he was able to have the Full Commission reverse the ruling. Because of that my husband received a substantial lump sum payment and an MSA approved annuity to make sure all future medical needs are taken care of. Because of my husband’s very serious injuries I was the main contact with Mr. Trichilo, and he helped me so very much and made me feel like everything would be ok and he told me to take care of myself and my husband and he would take care of everything else. We are very thankful for everything he did for us!
- Sharon 07/19/2021

Highly recommend

Mr. Trichilo assisted me in a workers' comp case. I feel he and his assistant went above and beyond to achieve the best outcome for me. They both were very considerate of my needs during what proved to be a very difficult and stressful situation. I would highly recommend his services.
- Eileen 01/02/2023

Supreme Court of Virginia

  • Eberhart v. Fairfax County, 283 Va. 190, 721 S.E. 2d 524 (2012).
  • Mulford v. Walnut Hill Farm Group, LLC, 282 Va. 98, 712 S.E. 2d 468 (2011).
  • Ford Motor Co. v. Benitez, 273 Va. 242, 639 S.E.2d 203 (2007).
  • GEICO v. Moore, 266 Va. 155, 580 S.E.2d 823 (2003).
  • Pro Football, Inc. v. Uhlenhake, 265 Va. 155, 580 S.E. 2d 288 (2003).
  • Amoco Foam Products v. Johnson, 257 Va. 29, 510 S.E.2d 443 (1999).
  • Prince William County Serv. Auth. v. Harper, 256 Va. 277, 504 S.E.2d 616 (1998).
  • Falls Church Construction Co. v. Laidler, 254 Va. 474, 493 S.E.2d 521 (1997).
  • Craddock Moving & Storage Co. v. Settles, 247 Va. 165, 440 S.E.2d 613 (1994).
  • Doe v. Dewhirst, 240 Va. 266, 396 S.E.2d 840 (1990).
  • Morris v. Morris, 238 Va. 578, 385 S.E.2d 858 (1989).
  • Cinnamon v. IBM, 238 Va. 471, 384 S.E.2d 618 (1989).
  • Southwood Builders, Inc. v. Peerless Ins. Co., 235 Va. 164, 366 S.E.2d 104 (1988).
  • Klingbeil Management Group Co. v. Vito, 233 Va. 445, 357 S.E.2d 200 (1987).
  • Williamson v. Old Brogue Inc., 232 Va. 350, 350 S.E.2d 621 (1986).
  • Gudnason v. Life Ins. Co., 231 Va. 197, 343 S.E.2d 54 (1986).
  • Daniel Constr. Co. v. Baker, 229 Va. 453, 331 S.E.2d 396 (1985).
  • WMATA v. Harrison, 228 Va. 598, 324 S.E.2d 654 (1985).
  • John Driggs Co. v. Somers, 228 Va. 729, 324 S.E.2d 694 (1985).
  • Sargent Electric Co. v. Woodall, 228 Va. 419, 323 S.E.2d 102 (1984).
  • Transportation, Inc. v. Falls Church, 219 Va. 1004, 254 S.E.2d 62 (1979).

Virginia Court of Appeals

  • Best v. Farr, 2023 Va. App. LEXIS 245, Record Nos. 0949-22-9, 0952-22-4 (April 18, 2023).
  • Huryan v. Volzer, 2022 Va. App. LEXIS 494, Record No. 0231-22-4 (October 2, 2022).
  • Garcia v. Fairfax County Public Schools, 2022 V. App. LEXIS 182, Record No. 1248-21-4 (May 24, 2022).
  • Johnston v. ECHL Personnel Management, 20 Va. App. LEXIS 240, Record No. 0327-20-04 (October 6, 2020); Petition for Appeal dismissed, Record No. 201318 (April 9, 2021).
  • Hamilton v. Pro Football, Inc., Record No. 1091-18-4 (February 12, 2019).
  • Jones v. Pro Football, Inc., Record No. 1219-18-4 (February 12, 2019).
  • Carlson Holdings, Inc. et al v. Tibebu, Record No. 1398-17-4 (December 12, 2017) 2017 Va. App. LEXIS 312.
  • Blakey v. University of Virginia Health System, Record No. 0837-14-4 (February 18, 2015); 2015 Va. App. LEXIS 52.
  • Seminario v. Fairfax County, Record No. 0362-14-4 (December 9, 2014); 2014 Va. App. LEXIS 397.
  • United Airlines, Inc. v. Smolak, Record No. 0556-13-4 (November 19, 2013); 2013 Va. App. LEXIS 337.
  • Vasquez v. Randstad North America, Record No. 2284-12-4 (July 2, 2013); 2013 Va. App. LEXIS 193.
  • Chemical Producers and Distributors Association, Inc. v. Perry, Record No. 1716-08-4; (June 9, 2009); 2009 Va. App. LEXIS 259.
  • The Estate of Alejandro Ho v. Information Technology Solutions, Record No. 2742-05-4; (October 17, 2006); 2006 Va. App. LEXIS 460.
  • Peck v. R. G. Mgmt. Services, Record No. 1401-06-4 (October 10, 2006), 2006 Va. App. LEXIS 448.
  • King George Custom Homes, Inc. v. Hernandez, Record No. 3135-05-4 (July 05, 2006), 2006 Va. App. LEXIS 299.
  • Genesys Conferencing, Inc. v. Harper, Record No. 1307-05-04 (November 1, 2005); 2005 Va. App. LEXIS 289.
  • Allmond v. Homeplace & Royal Ins. Co., Record No. 0441-04-4 (June 22, 2004); 2004 Va. App. LEXIS 289.
  • Henderson v. H.F. Copies, Inc., Record No. 3177-03-04 (April 6, 2004); 2004 Va. App. LEXIS 159.
  • MWAA v. Lusby, 41 Va. App. 300, 585 S.E.2d 318 (2003).
  • MWAA v. Bispo, Record No. 0905-03-4 (August 19, 2003); 2003 Va. App. LEXIS 442.
  • MWAA v. Bailey, Record No. 2790-01-4 (August 13, 2002); 2002 Va. App. LEXIS 463.
  • Pro Football, Inc. v. Uhlenhake, 37 Va. App. 407, 558 S.E.2d 571 (2002).
  • William Hazel Cos. v. Creswell, Record No. 2477-99-2 (May23, 2000); 2000 Va. App. LEXIS 395.
  • Manes v. TCB Constr., Inc., Record No. 0019-99-3 (June 22, 1999); 1999 Va. App. LEXIS 374.
  • Patrick v. Tenneco Packaging, Record No. 0201-99-3 (June 15, 1999); 1999 Va. App. LEXIS 354.
  • White v. C.J. Coakley Co., Record No. 2346-98-2 (May 4, 1999); 1999 Va. App. LEXIS 261.
  • Hunan Imperial Restaurant v. Lam, Record No. 1990-98-4 (January 26, 1999); 1999 Va. App. LEXIS 46.
  • Casper v. Commercial Interior Constr., Record No. 3012-97-2 (May 12, 1998); 1998 Va. App. LEXIS 285.
  • Carpet Palace v. Salehi, 26 Va. App. 357,494 S.E.2d 870 (1998).
  • Amoco Foam Products v. Johnson, Record No. 00324-97-4 (December 30, 1997); 1997 Va. App. LEXIS 765.
  • ARC Electric v. Godwin, Record No. 2037-97-2 (December 23, 1997); 1997 Va. App. LEXIS 780.
  • LMI Ins. Co. v. Foley, Record No. 2670-96-4 (July 29, 1997); 1997 Va. App. LEXIS 503.
  • Real v. Tower Elec. Co., Record No. 2859-96-4 (July 29, 1997); 1997 Va. App. LEXIS 504.
  • Alexandria Kitchen & Bath v. Hare, Record No. 2259-96-3 (July 29, 1997); 1997 Va. App. LEXIS 512.
  • Prince William County Service Authority v. Harper, 25 Va. App. 166, 487 S.E.2d 246 (1997).
  • Electrodyne Inc. v. Harrison, Record No. 2374-96-4 (February 18, 1997); 1997 Va. App. LEXIS 377.
  • Vulcan Materials Co. v. Crawford, Record No. 1886-96-2 (February 18, 1997); 1997 Va. App. LEXIS 108.
  • Kenny’s Constr. v. Richards, Record No. 1627-96-3 (December 17, 1996); 1996 Va. App. LEXIS 763.
  • Falls Church Constr. Co. v. Laidler, Record No. 1628-96-3 (December 3, 1996); 1996 Va. App. LEXIS 761.
  • Manes v. TCB Constr., Record No. 0862-96-2 (September 24, 1996); 1996 Va. App. LEXIS 610.
  • Canova Electric Constr. v. LMI Ins. Co., 22 Va. App. 432, 470 S.E.2d 591 (1996).
  • Wiggins v. Fairfax Park Ltd. Partnership, 22 Va. App. 432, 470 S.E.2d 591 (1996).
  • VDO Yazaki Co. v. Snyder, 21 Va. App. 605, 466 S.E.2d 750 (1996).
  • Arlington Renaissance Hotel v. Ramirez, Record No. 0176-95-4 (October 24, 1995); 1995 Va. App. LEXIS 778.
  • Blackwell v. April Const. Co., Record No. 1842-94-4 (June 06, 1995); 1995 Va. App. LEXIS 500.
  • Thomas v. R&T Const. Co., Record No. 1515-94-4 (May 02, 1995); 1995 Va. App. LEXIS 402.
  • Novacon v. Sturdivant, Record No. 1448-94-4 (March 21, 1995); 1995 Va. App. LEXIS 266.
  • Centreville Automobile v. Vanover, Record No. 1439-94-4 (February 28, 1995); 1995 Va. App. LEXIS 199.
  • Tucker v. WMATA, Record No. 0937-94-4 (February 21, 1995); 1995 Va. App. LEXIS 188.
  • Drywall Systems v. Dykes, Record No. 0689-94-4 (September 06, 1994); 1994 Va. App. LEXIS 576.
  • Southland Corp. v. Senter, Record No. 0697-93-4 (February 08, 1994); 1994 Va. App. LEXIS 58.
  • East Coast Associates, Inc. v. Maddox, Record No. 2195-92-4 (July 20, 1993); 1993 Va. App. LEXIS 276.
  • Craddock Moving &Storage Co. v. Settles, 16 Va. App. 1, 427 S.E.2d 428 (1993).
  • Specialty Auto Body v. Cook, 14 Va. App. 327, 416 S.E.2d 233 (1992).
  • Allegheny Airlines, Inc. v. Merrillat, 14 Va. App. 341, 416 S.E.2d 35 (1992).
  • Metropolitan Cleaning Corp. v. Crawley, 14 Va. App. 261, 416 S.E.2d 35 (1992).
  • WMATA v. Pender, 14 Va. App. 100, 415 S.E.2d 239 (1992).
  • Metropolitan Cleaning Corp., Inc. v. Crawley, 12 Va. App. 1167, 408 S.E.2d 570 (1991).
  • Bartholow Drywall Co. v. Hill, 12 Va. App. 790, 407 S.E.2d 1 (1991).
  • Trammel Crow Co. v. Redmond, 12 Va. App. 610, 405 S.E.2d 632 (1991).
  • Richard E. Brown v. Caporaletti, 12 Va. App. 242, 402 S.E.2d 709 (1991).
  • Seneca Falls Greenhouse & Nursery v. Layton, 9 Va. App. 482, 389 S.E.2d 184 (1990).
  • First Federal Saving & Loan Assoc. v. Gryder, 9 Va. App. 60, 383 S.E.2d 755 (1989).
  • National Linen Service v. McGuinn, 8 Va. App. 267, 380 S.E.2d 31 (1989).
  • Judge v. Whitmer, 6 Va. App. 152, 366 S.E.2d 713 (1988).
  • Barnett v. D.L. Bromwell, Inc., 6 Va. App. 30, 366 S.E.2d 271 (1988).
  • National Linen Service v. McGuinn, 5 Va. App. 265, 362 S.E.2d 187 (1987).
  • Barnett v. D.L. Bromwell, Inc., 4 Va. App. 552, 358 S.E.2d 767 (1987).
  • Southwest Architectural Products, Inc. v. Smith, 4 Va. App. 474, 358 S.E.2d 745 (1987).
  • National Linen Service v. McGuinn, 3 Va. App. 73, 348 S.E.2d 42 (1986).
  • Audobon Tree Service v. Childress, 2 Va. App. 35, 341 S.E.2d 211 (1986).
  • Commonwealth Dept. of Highways v. Williams, 1 Va. App. 281, 338 S.E.2d 660 (1986).
  • Southland Corp. v. Parson, 1 Va. App. 281, 338 S.E.2d 162 (1985).
  • WMATA v. Medley, 1 Va. App. 113, 335 S.E.2d 845 (1985).

United States Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit

  • Ward v. Knight, 81 Fed Appx. 460 (2003).
  • Webb v. Blackie’s House of Beef, Inc., 811 F.2d 840 (1987).
  • Tony Guiffre Distributing Co. v. WMATA, 740 F. 2d 295 (1984)

United States District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia

  • Eberhardt v. Fairfax County Employees’ Ret. Sys. Bd. of Trs.,2012 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 46299 (March 30, 2012).
  • Carter v. Arlington Public School Systems, 82 F. Supp. 2d 561 (2000).
  • Estate of Krasnow v. Texaco, Inc., 773 F. Supp. 806 (1991).
  • Webb v. Regua Ltd. Partnership, 624 F. Supp. 471 (1985).
  • Richardson v. Econo-Travel Motor Hotel Corp., 553 F. Supp. 320 (1982).

District of Columbia Court of Appeals

    • Marboah v. Ackerman, 877 A.2d 1053 (2005)

Virginia Circuit Court

  • Butler v. N.E.W. Customer Servs. Cos., Inc., 74 Va. Cir. 59, 2007 Va. Cir. LEXIS 73, April 24, 2007.
  • Benko v. Mid-Atlantic Sports Ventures, Inc., Law No. 20986, Circuit Court of Loudoun County; 2000 Va. Cir. LEXIS 337 (July 11, 2000).
  • 243 Indus. Assocs., LP v. Consumer Fuel Co., 35 Va. Cir. 322, 1994 Va. Cir. LEXIS 749 Spotsylvania Circuit Court (December 20, 1994).
  • Hooper v. DPC Corp., Law No. 11842 Circuit Court of Fairfax County; 1993 Va. Cir. LEXIS 850 (July 06, 1993).