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Thomas A. Fitzgerald, II

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Attorney Thomas A. Fitzgerald represents clients in personal injury litigation as a part of the Kalfus & Nachman firm. After receiving a Bachelor of Science degree from Washington and Lee University in 1985, he earned his Juris Doctor at the College of William and Mary Marshall-Wythe School of Law, graduating in 1988. The Newport News native spent 15 years at a local law firm before spending more than a decade as a managing trial attorney for a major automobile insurance company. He now uses this experience to bring unique insight to his personal injury litigation cases.

Mr. Fitzgerald has litigated jury trials in every jurisdiction in eastern Virginia, plus U.S. District Courts in Norfolk and Baltimore. He shares his knowledge with audiences of local WAVY TV’s The Hampton Roads Show as part of the “Legal Matters” segment, offering legal tips on how to save lives.

Education
  • J.D. College of William and Mary Marshall-Wythe School of Law - Graduate School 1988
  • B.A. Washington and Lee University - University 1985
Awards
  • Virginia State Bar
    Virginia State Bar
  • Virginia Trial Lawyers Association
    Virginia Trial Lawyers Association
  • Newport News Bar Association
    Newport News Bar Association

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