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Medical Malpractice Defense

Vandeventer Black has over 30 years of extensive trial and litigation experience in state and federal courts defending physicians, nurses, hospitals, nursing home/long term care facilities, physical therapists, dentists, and all other varieties of health care providers against medical malpractice wrongful death and personal injury claims. The firm serves as regional counsel for long term nursing care companies in Virginia. The attorneys of Vandeventer Black represent and defend health care providers in proceedings before the state professional licensing and disciplinary boards and health care providers in discrimination/labor/employment cases and general personal injury cases.

The Medical Malpractice team at Vandeventer Black defends physicians, nurses, hospitals, nursing home facilities, physical therapists, dentists, and a variety of other healthcare providers against medical malpractice wrongful death and personal injury claims filed by or on behalf of patients and estates.  The clients and insurers who refer matters to our team include Golden Living, CNA HealthPro, State Volunteer Mutual Insurance Company, The Medical College of Virginia Associated Physicians, Virginia Commonwealth University Health Systems, Tudor Insurance Company, and others. We also represent and defend healthcare providers in proceedings before the various state professional licensing boards.


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