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Law Firm in Richmond, VA

Seek Legal Expertise at Our Law Firm in Richmond, VA
Vandeventer Black LLP has provided excellence in legal services since 1883.  In 2005, we opened our law office in Richmond, Virginia in order to better serve business clients throughout the state of Virginia.

With a team of skilled attorneys, our firm provides a full-spectrum of legal services, designed to keep you and your business moving-forward.  We have the depth and experience to handle legal situations across a variety of industries which include but are not limited to:

  • Accounting Malpractice
  • Construction / Construction Defect
  • Commercial Litigation
  • Commercial Real Estate
  • Financial Services & Securities
  • General Litigation
  • Health Care
  • Insurance Defense
  • Medical Malpractice Defense
  • Professional Liability Defense

Contact Our Law Firm in Richmond, Virginia
Our Richmond Office is conveniently located Downtown on the 16th floor of the Riverfront Plaza - West Tower.

From 10th Street take a right into Visitor/Monthly entrance located at the back of the building.  Take a ticket and have it validated by our receptionist before leaving.

Our office is open from 8:00 am to 5:30 pm each weekday.  If you wish to speak to someone outside of these office hours, please contact our receptionist at 757.446.8600, or click here to contact us.


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