GibsonSingleton Virginia Injury Attorneys recently celebrated 10 years of serving the injured in Virginia. Ken Gibson and John Singleton began sharing an office building in Hayes, in 2009, but they had separate general law practices.
In 2013, they formed one firm focused on personal injury. The partners saw then that an average of four car wrecks happen each day on the Middle Peninsula and Northern Neck, with approximately 864 people injured and 20 killed a year.
The two attorneys said they wanted to provide a local firm that would serve those who were injured and their families “with excellence and compassion,” a release stated. “Big city experience, small town care” became an informal motto.
Gibson and Singleton recognized that attorneys with deep knowledge of this area, along with its courts, would be helpful to clients. From the beginning, they also wanted to work to prevent accidents from happening through community education and outreach.
Almost 11 years later, they ...
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