Firm Adds Civil Litigation Team

Firm Adds Insurance Defense and Civil Litigation Team

   

    Janeen Koch                                     Henry Moore

Chadwick Washington is pleased to announce the addition of a premier Civil Litigation team to its Richmond office.  The new team will handle insurance defense and a wide variety of other civil litigation matters and also augment the firm’s existing litigation practice.

The team is headed by Janeen Koch, who brings 25 years of first-chair trial experience throughout Virginia.  Janeen is AV Rated by Martindale-Hubbell and has tried a wide range of civil cases, including traumatic brain injury, wrongful death, motor carriers, catastrophic automobile accident and premises liability cases.  Janeen has also handled fair housing and construction defect matters and will practice primarily from the Firm’s Richmond office.

The new litigation team also includes Henry Moore, a 2018 graduate of University of Richmond Law School. Henry handles a wide range of insurance defense matters, including commercial vehicle, premises, construction defect, and general commercial liability cases.  Henry will also assist the Firm’s community association clients in a variety of litigation matters and general association issues.

The Firm also welcomes Ariel Moore, who brings over 10 years of litigation paralegal experience handling cases ranging from personal injury to worker’s compensation.  Ariel graduated from Virginia Commonwealth University in 2004 and will work from the Firm’s Richmond office.

The acquisition of this Civil Litigation team will help the firm expand its insurance defense footprint in the community association industry and provide additional litigation support for the Firm’s community association clients.

Welcome to Janeen, Henry and Ariel.

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