Ashland

Portner & Shure Law Firm Serving Maryland, Virginia & Washington D.C.

Ashland, Virginia is located in Hanover County, Virginia.  While the Portner & Shure law firm has a stellar reputation throughout Virginia, the attorneys here also have experience in handling personal injury cases before the courts in Hanover County. Automobile accidents in Ashland occur frequently, whether on I-95 involving the numerous trucks (including 18-wheelers, tractor trailers, and box trucks) traveling through the area or along the stop and go traffic on Route 1.

On a highway, a car traveling 55 mph can come to a complete stop within approximately 265 feet.  However, at the same speed it will take a large truck 313 feet to stop. Regardless of where the accident took place or whether a truck or car was involved, Portner & Shure is here to provide top rated (10.0 by AVVO) representation to injured accident victims. We have over 75 years of collective legal experience to dedicate to your case. Further, we are members of the Top 100 Trial Lawyers, Best Attorneys of America organization, and the Multi- Million Dollar Advocates group.

We have a proven track record of recovering approximately $25 million yearly. We have recovered more than $250 million and prevail in 98% of the cases we chose to work on.  In fact, we recover approximately $500,000 every week from the major insurance companies in personal injury cases.                                    

In order to serve those who have sustained personal injuries, and more specifically, car accident, medical malpractice victims, and those injured from medication or medical product defects (including Invokana and Hernia Mesh) in Ashland, we have a convenient office in Richmond inside the Suntrust Building, located at 919 E. Main Street, Suite 1000, Unit #1034. Finally, our staff is unique in that they can speak Spanish, Korean, and Chinese. Our exceptional results have been noted for on ABC 7 and News Channel 8 in Washington D.C., as well as on both Telemundo and Univision, Chinese World Journal and Washington Chinese News.