Winchester, Virginia was originally settled by Quakers from Pennsylvania, and quickly expanded thanks to a number of land grant issuances. During the Civil War, because of its strategic location near three railroads and the C&O Canal, Winchester saw five battles and four major occupations. Eventually Winchester became the first southern city to install electric lights, and today the community continues to support the technology sector of the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area. However, with the help of places like the Winchester Historic District and celebrations such as the Apple Blossom Festival, Winchester has held on to its colonial heritage.
The attorneys of Patrick Malone & Associates frequently represent residents of Winchester in personal injury lawsuits. Within Virginia we have practiced in the Circuit and Federal Courts in the City of Alexandria, Fairfax County Circuit Court, Prince William County Circuit Court, Loudoun County Circuit Court, and Arlington County Circuit Court.
When Winchester residents get injured outside of Virginia, such as in the District of Columbia or Maryland, we represent them in those locations as well. We actively prosecute serious injury lawsuits in Prince George’s County Circuit Court in Upper Marlboro, Maryland, the United States District Court in Greenbelt, Maryland, the Montgomery County Circuit Court in Montgomery County, Maryland, the Superior Court of the District of Columbia, and the United States District Court in Washington, DC.
One important focus of our practice is medical malpractice lawsuits. We often represent patients and families that have suffered serious injuries from careless or negligent care by hospitals, clinics, individual doctors and other medical providers. Major hospitals in northern Virginia we have brought successful claims against include the Inova Hospitals of Fairfax, Alexandria, Fair Oaks, Loudoun and Mount Vernon, Virginia Hospital Center in Arlington (formerly Arlington Hospital), Potomac Hospital in Prince William County, Reston Hospital Center, and Mary Washington Hospital.
We also represent victims of other types of catastrophic injuries. These include injuries to the central nervous system, birth-related injuries, wrongful death and other life-changing trauma. We also have experience representing individuals who sustained serious personal injury from automobile, truck, and motorcycle collisions.
Two cases in which we successfully sued in northern Virginia were:
- Benedi v. McNeil PPC . This product liability lawsuit against the manufacturer of Tylenol generated one of the largest collected judgments against a pharmaceutical manufacturer in the United States: $7.8 million. Our client Tony Benedi suffered liver failure and kidney damage from ordinary use of Tylenol. See more about this case on Patrick Malone’s “Verdicts and Settlements” page.
- Brown v. City of Alexandria . This case concerned the tragic and completely unnecessary shooting death of Aaron Brown, an 18-year-old Eagle Scout, at an IHOP restaurant in Alexandria, by a uniformed Alexandria police officer who was providing security at the IHOP. We reached a successful settlement for Aaron’s family against the City of Alexandria, the employer of officer Carl Stowe.
If you believe you or a family member has been seriously injured from someone else’s fault – whether from medical malpractice, a defective product, a motor vehicle collision or any other kind of accidental injury — you may want to click here to contact an experienced personal injury attorney for a free evaluation of your case. You can also email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at 202-742-1500 or 888-625-6635 toll-free. We will respond within 24 hours. There is no charge for our initial consultation.