At Rawls Law Group, we only do what we do very well. Our team is not a big one, but our cumulative experience is huge. We are trusted by clients nationwide who know us both as zealous lawyers and caring individuals. There are few absolute promises any lawyer should ever make, but we have one: We will do our best for you.
WHY ARE WE DIFFERENT?
We are not tethered to our offices; our people are continuously collaborating as a team or traveling to our clients nationwide. We are committed to providing a personalized legal experience. We ask questions. We listen. Our team is small, and we are able to work closely with one another to provide a team approach to representing our clients.
WHAT WE DO
VA & MILITARY MEDICAL MALPRACTICE
We know what it takes to win a case against the U.S. Government. Our experienced team works together to make sure you receive the highest level of representation from start to finish.
Although our offices are in Virginia, we practice nationwide and have helped veterans and military families in nearly all 50 states.
The Vaccine Injury Team at Rawls Law Group helps children and adults who have suffered injury or injuries from vaccinations that are covered by the National Vaccine Injury Compensation Program. Our collective legal experience is significant with demonstrated success in vaccine injury cases nationwide. Our team provides a free consultation and a detailed examination of your vaccine injury case.
INDIAN HEALTH LAW
Our lawyers can use our extensive knowledge of the Federal Tort Claims Act to evaluate and prosecute medical malpractice cases relating to the Indian Health Service. We have done it successfully for hundreds of veterans and military families throughout the United States. The law and the medicine are really no different. We are passionate about what we do and we do it well. Our team is committed to providing legal services to American Indians when the Indian Healthcare System fails our tribes.
PLAINTIFFS' MEDICAL MALPRACTICE IN VIRGINIA
No matter who you represent, trial experience always matters because the other side has to know that a lawyer is both willing to go to trial – that he or she is not afraid of doing so – and that the lawyer has the skills to try a case effectively. When the opposing party knows this, the clients tend to benefit by obtaining the best possible resolutions. Put bluntly, if your opposition knows you can and will try a case, you will be taken more seriously, much more seriously.